The two were spotted in the Miami area on Monday in a jeep reported stoled east of Baxter Springs, KS. After a pursuit by the Oklahoma State Highway Patrol and Chrerokee County Deputies, the jeep was stopped at a rest area on I-44 in Missouri. The two suspects were arrested and the jeed as well as a significant amount of stolen jewelry, were recovered. Both suspects had outstanding warrants in Joplin on theft charges and were taken into custody in Missouri.
Littlefield remained in custody, while Penny Snyder was released. The Cherokee County attorney then issued a warrant for Snyder's arrest on numerous charges. She was arrested again Thursday evening around 6:20 in Cherokee County.