An Oologah woman was arrested Monday after Rogers County deputies took her into custody on charges connected to carrying a firearm while under the influence.
Charlotte Brown, 47, of Oologah was arrested on charges of reckless conduct of a firearm and carrying firearms while under the influence.
According to sheriff’s deputy records, shortly after 6 p.m. Rogers County deputies were dispatched to an Oologah home on a report of an “intoxicated female shooting a gun” was inside a residence.
Although advised that the suspect may not have shot herself, she was still moving around the residence and the reporting party was able to get the weapon away from her while deputies were in route to the scene.
Upon arrival, deputies made contact and learned the suspect’s identity to be Brown, who had been in the residence by herself, with no weapons known to be with her, according to reports.
Deputies ordered Brown more than once to come out of the residence with her hands in the air, which she eventually did.
During their interrogation of Brown, she admitted she had shot the weapon in her residence an unknown number of times, and she was “curious to know how many rounds were in the weapon,” reports indicate.
Brown was transported to Rogers County Jail, where she was booked.