Wanted woman turns herself in two days after being featured on Oklahoma's Most Wanted

Kiaira Johnson, 24, turned herself into authorities Sept. 6 on a warrant for second degree burglary. (Oklahoma County Jail)

A woman featured on Oklahoma's Most Wanted has turned herself in to authorities.

The Oklahoma County Sheriff's Office reports that Kiaira Johnson, 24, turned herself in on a warrant for second degree burglary Sept. 6.

On Monday, Johnson was selected by the Wheel of Justice during the Oklahoma's Most Wanted segment on Good Day Oklahoma.

Oklahoma City Police Department records show that in October 2014 a man and woman burglarized an apartment in the 6400 block of Northwest Expressway. Police learned that an unknown man and woman were seen hanging outside the apartment for several hours. The resident left for work and received a call several minutes later saying her apartment had been broken into.

The woman came back and found a man outside the apartment. The man volunteered to go in the residence ahead of the woman so she wouldn't "catch a bullet". The victim thought the man was acting as a Good Samaritan and followed him in the home. As she entered she saw a woman inside. The man and woman exited the home through a back window and fled the area in a vehicle.

Police were able to pull fingerprints from a computer monitor in the home that had been moved. In October 2016, the fingerprints came back belonging to Johnson. She was charged in connection to the crime in June 2017.

See more of Oklahoma's Most Wanted here.

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