Police said a week-long crime spree that included robberies, kidnapping and rape, has landed one man behind bars.
Aundra Walker, 18, is accused of abducting a woman at gunpoint and forcing her to drive around Tulsa.
FOX23 got their hands on Walker's arrest report, which said he didn't just hold one but two women captive and forced them to drive him around at gunpoint.
Police said Walker picked them up at a North Tulsa super stop.
“(I’m) scared because I come over here every day," said resident Monique McDavid.
An arrest report said the woman was inside to buy a few things Saturday when she started to drive away. She noticed the man who police later identified as Walker was in her back seat. McDavid said she sees how quickly it could have happened.
"You can just be running in there to get a soda pop and don't feel like you need to lock your doors and it'll be that time something happens," said McDavid.
According to the report, Walker held a gun to the woman's head and forced her to drive through a neighborhood to an abandoned house. He's accused of raping her in the drive way before letting her go.
Police said the second woman was abducted Monday on North Cincinnati Avenue. Police said when the two went inside the woman's house; he held a gun to her head while he stole jewelry and money. Police said when the woman turned off the alarm; she hit the panic button, which notified police.
Other women who live in the neighborhood are glad a suspect is behind bars but are concerned knowing it could have been them.
"We as women have to be cautious these days and you never know what that person is thinking or what they have been through and they can just snap," said McDavid.
Police say Walker didn't cover up his face and was identified by both women in a lineup. Walker is set to go before a judge next week.