TULSA, Okla. None - UPDATE: A second suspect was arrested overnight Sunday in connection with a car theft that left a Tulsa woman dead.
Brandon James Dalton Maxwell, 18 was booked on complaints of second degree murder, leaving the scene of an accident and larceny of an auto.
Maxwell's bond is set for more than $500,000.
Destin Rodriguez, 19, was arrested around 10:30 Friday morning in connection with Avonna Olson's murder.
They believe Rodriguez drove Maxwell to the crime scene.
UPDATE: Tulsa police have released the name of the Tulsa wife and mother who was killed this morning in a west Tulsa car theft.
The victim was 45 year old Avonna Olson, a laundry supervisor for Tulsa Public Schools.
TPS released the following statement.
"We are saddened by the senseless death of Avonna Olson, a TPS employee in our Plant Operations area for the last 15 years. Avonna was a passionate person who loved her children and grandchildren, and she greatly enjoyed her job and Tulsa Public Schools. We will miss her greatly."
Police say Olson started her Chrysler minivan to warm it up and then went back inside her home near Charles Page Blvd. and S. 49th W. Ave. around 5:30 a.m.
She ran outside when she heard thieves taking her van, Tulsa Police Sgt. Justin Farley told KRMG "when she confronted the suspects it appears there was some type of struggle started over the vehicle."
He continued, "We're not quite sure whether or not, how she entered the vehicle or if she was actually dragged for a little bit but we know she was ran over and she died as a result of those injuries."
Someone inside the home called 911 and officers arrived shortly afterwards.
Police located the van just after 6:00 a.m. at the Sandy Park Apartments where it's thought the suspect ran inside one of the apartments.
By the time officers arrived there, the suspect had left and is still at large.
Sgt. Farley told us he's optimistic about finding the bad guy.
"We do have a couple of leads as to who the suspect may be but we're not sure it it's just the one suspect or it's a number of suspects at this point."
Cops did arrest a man at the apartment complex for impersonating an officer.
You can see his picture in the gallery attached.