A man and woman have been arrested on robbery and conspiracy charges after a convenience store was robbed earlier this month. A third person has a pending charge in the case.
On Sept. 5 at 11 p.m., a subject entered Lakeview Grocery, located at the intersection of Seward Road and Sooner Road, in Logan County. The suspect held up a sign that read “give me all the cash” and the store clerk gave the suspect several bank bags of money. The suspect then left the store headed westbound on Seward Road.
The subject was wearing a light blue hoody sweatshirt with white print of the front, a light blue baseball cap and a pull over type Halloween mask with black hair and a skeleton face on it.
During the investigation, it was determined that Christopher Lee Self, 33, and Sunshine Meadows Davis, 21, were responsible for the robbery, according to sheriff officials.
Investigators are looking into a third person possibly involved with the crime.
A search warrant was served on Self’s home in Logan County. Detectives found money inside the home believed to be proceeds from the robbery.
Self and Davis were arrested at Self’s home and placed in the Logan County Jail for robbery and conspiracy charges. Both are expected to be formally arraigned on Tuesday at 1:30 p.m.