Police have arrested a second female suspect in connection to an armed home invasion and kidnapping of a North Phoenix woman on June 10.
Court records show that around 4 a.m. police were called to the Garden Club Condos near 28th Street and Greenway Parkway where four suspects -- two men, and two women -- entered the apartment armed with two handguns and a knife.
Police say they entered the apartment to "collect a debt".
One male victim managed to escape the apartment right away, but 25-year-old Amber Burros was taken from the home as the suspects tried to contact her boyfriend, the other male in the apartment, to demand the money.
Burros was able to escape and call family members. She returned home later that day.
Police report that Burros was able to identify 21-year-old Michelle Adams, a former friend and roommate, as one of the suspects. She was arrested and booked into jail facing three counts of armed robbery, kidnapping and one count of first-degree burglary after admitting her involvement.
Adams reportedly told police the other female suspect went by the nickname "Star." Through Facebook and citizen tips police were able to identify "Star" as 31-year-old Rochelle Hatfield.
Police found and arrested Hatfield on September 1st near 27th Avenue and Camelback Road. She has been charged with multiple counts of armed robbery, kidnapping and burglary.
Police are still looking for two Hispanic males, between the ages of 30 and 35. One weighs about 170 pounds while the other weighs about 240 pounds. One had a close crew cut and was wearing a blue short sleeve shirt, and jeans. The other is shaved bald and was wearing a gray short-sleeved shirt and jeans.
Both men were armed with black semi-automatic handguns.