Teacher accused of exposing herself during cartwheel accused of theft at Broken Arrow bowling alley

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BROKEN ARROW, Okla. - Quick Facts:

  • A former Pawhuska substitute teacher was arrested for larceny in Broken Arrow.
  • Lacey Sponsler was arrested in February for exposing herself to students during a cartwheel.

 

The Pawhuska woman recently accused of exposing herself to a classroom of students was arrested this week on accusations of stealing a purse.

According to the arrest report, Lacey Sponsler allegedly stole a purse while at the Broken Arrow Lanes bowling alley near 111th and Elm last Thursday.

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The report states that witnesses saw her acting suspiciously and looking at people’s belongings. One witness saw her grab a purse and asked if it was hers. She said it was not.

A witness then reportedly saw Sponsler walk into the game room and return wearing different clothes. Police were called and found her in the bathroom.

Sponsler was arrested in February for doing a cartwheel in front of students at a Pawhuska school. She was not wearing anything under her dress and exposed herself to the students.


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