5 things to know: Sheriff arraigned, 3 sought in shooting, severe weather

What YOU need to know on FOX23.com:

1. Three sought after tying up woman, shooting man

Tulsa police searching for three men after a violent home invasion Monday morning. The suspects allegedly shot a man twice and tied up his wife while the victims' four children were inside. Police tried to get surveillance footage of the suspects. For the latest on the search, click HERE

2. Online babysitter searches could be unsafe

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Posted by FOX23 Michelle Linn on Friday, May 6, 2016

Parents began worrying after learning of sex offenders possibly using online sitter sites to find victims. FOX23's Michelle Linn finishes her investigation Monday - click HERE to view it as she works. 

3. Severe weather damages Green Country property, more storms on the way

Good morning!! Tracking the severe threat for your Monday! On FOX23 from 4:30-9:00am I'll break down the timing of storms and possible impacts!! Hope you can join us!! Watch FOX23 live: http://www.fox23.com/live-stream

Posted by FOX23 Michael Seger on Monday, May 9, 2016

Wagoner County crews cleaning up after heavy winds damaged trees Sunday night- check this link for a look at the damage left behind. They cleared up much of the debris before resting for the next round of storms. The FOX23 Severe Weather Team is tracking impending storms, stay weather aware HERE. 

4. Former Wagoner County sheriff arraigned

Bob Colbert faces arraignment Monday afternoon at 3 p.m. Colbert, the former Wagoner County Sheriff, was suspended with pay after a grand jury indictment. He faces bribery and extortion charges. During his absence, an interim sheriff was named and the county began taking filings for an election. Click HERE to learn more about Colbert's charges. 

5. Storms, theft delay Rooster Days preparations

Crews tried to get started setting up a big Broken Arrow festival over the weekend. Thieves swiped thousands of dollars in property that delayed their work. Their progress was further delayed after storms threatened the city Monday.Check in with crews who hope to be ready for the Thursday opening of Rooster days HERE.