Three women arrested, accused of stealing dog from Tulsa home

Three women arrested, accused of stealing dog from Tulsa home

TULSA, Okla. — Tulsa police arrested three women who they say stole a dog off a stranger’s porch.

Police say the victim woke up early Saturday morning to the women banging on both her front and back doors.

She saw the women grab her pit bull from the porch and drive off with it.

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Police tracked down the suspect vehicle later and arrested the two women inside, Chastity Hardage and Tiana Pennington. Police say these two women were intoxicated.

The women in the car led police to the third suspect, who they say was in her apartment with the stolen dog.

The victim identified the suspect’s car and the three women.

Police say when they brought the dog back, it appeared happy to be home, ran inside and played with the other dogs.

Suspect Serena Whitehead told officers the dog was really hers and had been stolen, but police say she had no evidence to support that.

Whitehead was also arrested for stealing from a car the week before. The officer recognized her as the suspect and added on the new charge.