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'I don't blame him,' says alleged getaway driver of OK resident who killed teens
Elizabeth Maria Rodriguez fled the scene and is facing murder charges after a botched Oklahoma home invasion left three burglary suspects dead.
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Case against Browns draftee Caleb Brantley dropped citing insufficient evidence
Cleveland Browns draftee Caleb Brantley won't face misdemeanor battery charges after an incident in April, according to court records in Alachua County, Fla. Court records show the charges the case was dismissed for "insufficient evidence." Brantley, a defensive lineman taken in the sixth round,
Alleged getaway driver in deadly Oklahoma home invasion held on 3 counts of felony 1st-degree murder
Prosecutors still investigating whether the homeowner's son was justified under the stand-your-ground law for killing three armed and masked teenage intruders.
'I don't blame him,' alleged getaway driver says of resident in teen burglars' killing
The alleged getaway driver in a botched Oklahoma home invasion that left three teen burglary suspects dead spoke out to ABC News today in a jailhouse interview, saying the resident who shot them "did what, you know, by law he could do to protect his home." Elizabeth Marie Rodriguez, 21, was
Authorities release dramatic Oklahoma home invasion 911 call
Zach Peters, 23, is heard on the call pleading with the 911 operator to send help after shooting and killing three masked intruders who allegedly entered his family's Oklahoma home.
911 calls released in the deadly burglary in Tulsa, Oklahoma
Police say Zach Peters killed all three suspected burglars before calling 911.
Woman charged with murder in Oklahoma home invasion left one burglar for dead: police
Elizabeth Rodriguez, the woman who allegedly drove three teenage boys to a home in Oklahoma where they were shot to death after attempting a home invasion robbery, told investigators that she left one of the burglars for dead, according to police. The Wagoner County Sheriff's office arrested
Alleged getaway driver 'instructed' slain teen burglary suspects to rob home, court documents say
The alleged getaway driver now facing possible murder charges in the fatal shooting of three teen burglary suspects outside Tulsa, Oklahoma, on Monday allegedly "instructed" the trio to rob the house, according to a probable cause affidavit. On Tuesday, police with the Wagoner County Sheriff's