Arrest made after OSBI agent’s vehicle broken into

A Spencer man is behind bars in the Logan County Jail accused of breaking into a Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigations (OSBI) agent’s work vehicle. Taken from the vehicle was the agent’s rifle.

Court and online records show 19-year-old Dkwon Lee LittleJohn has been charged with burglary in the third degree and grand larceny.

The Guthrie Police Department investigated the case on July 24 when the OSBI agent noticed items in his vehicle were in disarray. The agent soon realized his AR 15 rifle was missing.

The weapon was locked behind the passenger seat, according to a probable cause affidavit.

With surveillance cameras surrounding the home, three people entered the vehicle on the passenger side. The video later shows one of the subjects forcefully removing the rifle from the locking device.

A OSBI fingerprint specialist took prints from the vehicle that was later tested. The affidavit reports one of those prints belonged to Littlejohn.

An arrest warrant was issued on July 24 and was served on Tuesday. During the search, investigators were able to locate the rifle along with other weapons.

Littlejohn was formally arraigned on Thursday by a Logan County judge. Bond was set at $50,000. Littlejohn is expected back in court on Aug. 27.


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