One person believed to be connected to the burglary of the home of Oklahoma coach Bob Stoops was arrested early Saturday morning. At the time, police were still on the lookout for a second suspect.
Per multiple outlets, a second arrest has been made in the case. Police have declined to give the second suspect’s name because that person is a juvenile. The first person arrested in connection to the burglary, 21-year-old Corey McCarty, waived his Miranda rights and confessed robbing Stoops’ home, according to the probable cause affidavit. McCarty was arrested for first-degree burglary. He also faces complaints of possession of stolen property, larceny of a motor vehicle and use of a credit card.
Police spokeswoman Sgt. Jennifer Newell said that there may be others connected to the robbery as well.
The Norman Police Department previously released surveillance images of two men who allegedly attempted to use a credit card stolen from the house. Other items said to be taken included cash and a vehicle.
Stoops was not home at the time of the incident, which occurred in the early hours of Wednesday morning, and Stoops’ family did not realize the burglary occurred until later that morning.