MEMPHIS, TN (abc24.com) - A woman has been arrested in a home invasion that happened early in the morning on Sunday, October 9, 2011.
The incident happened aroung 2 a.m. in the 2900 block of Champions Drive in Lakeland.
The 67-year-old John Nichols told police he was inside his apartment with 20-year-old Tessa Douglas when she opened the door for two masked people.
According to an affidavit, the masked suspects beat Nichols with a golf club until it broke. They took his wallet and his cell phone, as well as several pieces of camera equipment and a TV. The suspects then left in the victim's 2004 GMC Sierra.
Memphis police assisted deputies and were able to track the vehicle using ONSTAR to the 3700 block of Kerwin.
Inside, they found Douglas and a man, who managed to escape. Police found several of the items stolen from the victim in the back of the truck.
Douglas was charged with car theft. She could also face other charges. The masked suspects remain on the loose.
The victim was taken to St. Francis Hospital in Bartlett. He is stable.