Tulsa, Okla. - A woman on probation was taken back into custody on Saturday, after reportedly pointing a shotgun at somebody.
The incident happened around 5:15 p.m., near West 4th and South 33rd.
Tulsa police were told Tabatha Lindley showed up at a home and she was on a mission.
“They (victims) said that Lindley drove up in an old, red Ford truck and told them to give them her son’s bike back,” TPD said. “They said she was holding a shotgun and they could see that it was unlatched.
Moments later, Lindley allegedly latched the weapon and pointed it at the victims.
Police say Lindley was given the bicycle and she left the scene.
After being taken into custody, Lindley admitted to carrying an unloaded shotgun with her to get her son’s bicycle back, but denied she pointed the weapon at the victims.
Lindley has a previous record, after pleading guilty to two counts of unauthorized use of a credit card.
She now faces multiple new counts including pointing a firearm with intent and possession of a firearm by a felon.
[Information from arrest and booking report]