A search for a shoplifting suspect at a Muldrow residence on Aug. 15 led to the arrests of several people with outstanding warrants.
Records show that when officers arrived at the location, the homeowner gave permission to search the property.
During the search, police found a woman, later identified as Natalie Nicole Shell, hiding under a bed. When she was forced out of hiding, she reportedly gave police a fake name, then told officers there was another woman, whom she identified as Chelsea Cox, hiding in the bedroom’s closet.
When the officer attempted to handcuff Cox because she had two confirmed warrants for her arrest, Shell ran out of the house, the report shows.
Shell was later found at a nearby residence, where she was arrested on two outstanding warrants. She was also charged with two felonies: false impersonation for providing the fake name and with escape for fleeing police.
Officers also found Terry Sevenstar inside the home. He was also subsequently arrested on an outstanding warrant.
Shell faces up to two years in prison and up to a $1,000 fine for the escape charge and 10 years in prison and a $10,000 fine for falsely impersonating someone else.
Records show that in 2015, Shell was convicted of second-degree burglary and grand larceny. She was also convicted in 2016 of bringing contraband into a jail facility.
Laura Brown, KXMX Staff Writer
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