ENID, Okla. — A 36-year-old Watonga woman has been charged in Garfield County District Court with felony conjoint robbery.
Amy Lynn Redhat is accused of robbing an Enid man Dec. 30, 2019, at Government Springs South with an unknown man, according to the charge filed Friday. She faces five to 50 years in prison on the charge.
Online court records show at bond also was issued for Redhat's arrest Friday. Bond on the warrant was set at $30,000.
Police are asking anyone with information about Redhat's whereabouts to contact them at (580) 242-7000 or contact Crime Stoppers.
Anyone with information can report an anonymous tip with Crime Stoppers at (580) 233-6233, www.enid.org/departments/police or text to 274637, typing “Enid” and a message in the text box.
Those submitting a tip could earn a reward up to $1,000 and will not be required to testify nor be identified.
According to an affidavit filed in the case, at 11:02 a.m. Dec. 30, 2019, Enid Animal Control Supervisor Allen Elder found a man lying in the roadway in the 700 block of East Garriott. Police were notified and responded.
Officers arrived and found the man with "blood covering his face and arms" and noted he was "very confused and disoriented," according to the affidavit. Before being transported to an Enid hospital, the man told officers he'd been robbed.
Detective Brian Schwarzkopf and Detective Robin Bench, who spoke with the man, reported on the affidavit the man said Redhat asked him for a ride to meet a friend. The man said he took her to the park and while they were waiting for her friend, Redhat smoked methamphetamine.
The man said after about 15 minutes a "black sporty car" pulled up next to him, according to the affidavit. He said a man got out of the passenger side of the car, showed him a shotgun and ordered him out of his truck. The man said when he was told to get out of the truck, Redhat told him to leave his wallet and phone with her.
The man said he complied with Redhat and the other man's orders, but when he got out of the truck he grabbed the man's shotgun and began to struggle with him, according to the affidavit. The man said he did not remember anything else from the struggle. He said he thought he was hit with the shotgun on his head.
On Dec. 31, 2019, Schwarzkopf went to the man's neighborhood and found two cameras at a nearby residence, according to the affidavit. The detective was able to retrieve video from the system showing a red Dodge Durango driving past the victim's home. The vehicle matches the description of Redhat's vehicle. Schwarzkopf received a report from Kingfisher Police Department Dec. 30, 2019, reporting they found Redhat's vehicle there after 1 p.m. the day of the robbery.
Later in the video, the Durango stopped near the victim's home, and Redhat got out of the passenger side, walked to the victim's home and went inside, according to the affidavit. The video shows the victim and a woman wearing a gray sweatshirt, blue jeans, tennis shoes and carrying a dark bag get into the victim's truck.
On Jan. 7, 2020, Schwarzkopf learned Kingfisher police found the victim's truck at Cattlemen's Inn in Kingfisher, according to the affidavit. Schwarzkopf also obtained a search warrant for the cellphone data for Redhat's phone.
On Jan. 9, 2020, Schwarzkopf received a return from AT&T for Redhat's phone, which contained historical data that included times, dates and locations of the phone, according to the affidavit. The day of the robbery, entries show the phone in Enid in the morning during the time of the robbery and shows activity near the victim's home.
On Jan. 8, 2020, Schwarzkopf and crime scene technician Sarah Kelly went to Cattlemen's Inn in Kingfisher and processed the victim's truck, according to the affidavit. The two also spoke with the owner and viewed surveillance video from Dec. 30, 2019.
The truck is seen entering the property about 1 p.m. Dec. 30, 2019. The person in the driver's seat is wearing a gray sweater, according to the affidavit. The video shows a person in the passenger seat wearing a black coat and a cross necklace.
The truck pulled away but parked near another camera. At 1:08 p.m., a woman wearing a gray sweater, blue jeans and white tennis shoes with long black hair and carrying a dark bag got out of the driver's side, according to the affidavit. A bald man wearing a black coat got out of the passenger side of the truck. The two walk off camera to the southwest.
Kingfisher police spoke with a woman who lives to the southwest of Cattlemen's Inn, according to the affidavit. She said Redhat and her boyfriend were at her house about 12:45 p.m. on Dec. 30.