|Updated: 5/29 10:03 am
||Published: 5/28 10:06 pm
An east Tulsa family is hoping to get some sleep after they came home from the holiday weekend to find their car was gone and their home was ransacked.
"It was disarrayed. You can't get your bearings," said the mother.
Pictures on the daughter's stolen laptop show the suspects took pictures from the webcam. One of the suspects was wearing the mother's stolen jewelry.
Family members who did not want to release their identity say they came from Memorial weekend from Tenkiller Lake and found their backdoor was shattered and glass was everywhere.
“They threw a regular red brick," said the mother.
The garage door was open and their blue 2008 Toyota Camry was gone.
"It clicked in that we had been robbed," said the father.
That night they drove around Admiral thinking the crooks may be at a motel with their stolen car.
"We just had that feeling it was on Admiral," said the mother.
She couldn't find them but a few hours later police got in a chase with suspect, Ryan K. Campbell, 27, that ended at the TIA airport gate. Two other suspects were caught getting out of the family's Camry.
Inside the car it was trashed and there were stains on the driver's seat.
"There is blood on some of the seats up front," said the mother.
Inside the home it was ransacked and everything was thrown off the shelves.
"This door was open and we could barely open the door," said the daughter.
She just graduated from middle school and her graduation posters were pulled off the walls and her gift cards were stolen.
"It was just disgusting, everything was everywhere. You couldn't tell from heads or tails of what was gone, what was here, what should have been there," said the mother.
The couple's wedding rings were stolen and they were not found. However, police did find the three guns stolen from the home.
"That was my fear that they were going to use them against the officers," said the husband.
A notepad was also found that had a list of stolen items and the listed price that would post to Craigslist.
"We were so scared all three of us slept on that little bed," said the mother.
Now the family wants a good night's rest without fear of being victimized.
"They are disgusting, they are low life druggies. They have no skin in the game," said the mother.
Online court records show Campbell has been to prison for stolen property and meth from Creek County. He also served a suspended sentence for the same crimes in Tulsa County. Records show he was arrested in April for having a gun and drugs. That case is still pending in court.
The other suspect Tylor Bailor, 23, also went to prison for stolen property and burglary.
The female suspect, Joni Mathews, 23, was also arrested on complaints of a stolen car and stolen property