TULSA, Okla. — Quick facts:
- Roxana Jansen is accused of carjacking a disabled man at knifepoint Saturday.
- The man was left alone in a pasture for six hours.
- She was later arrested.
A woman is in the Tulsa County Jail after Tulsa police say she carjacked a disabled man at knifepoint Saturday.
The victim leases 160 acres near 31st and 145th East Avenue where his son keeps cattle.
The victim was checking on the cattle there when the incident happened.
Police aren’t sure how the woman got to him, but they say she could’ve been already on the pasture or she could have watched him go inside the gate and followed in behind him.
The man says as he was trying to get out of the truck, she threw him to the ground and held him at knifepoint.
She reportedly launched his cane and then took off in the truck and left him with no cell phone or any way to get help.
The victim is paralyzed on one side as the result of a stroke and could not get up.
His son found him on the ground six hours later.
They reported the carjacking to the police.
Police found the suspect, Roxana Jansen, driving the victim’s truck around town soon after.
She’s facing a robbery and possession of stolen vehicle complaint.
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