An Electra woman, who was involved in a bizarre incident last year involving a cup of vomit, is now charged with robbing her own daughter at gunpoint over the weekend.
Julie Ann Campbell, 39, has two counts of aggravated robbery and $50,000 in bonds.
Electra Police said they went to 401 West Wabash on a 911 call about a gun being pointed at someone.
When an officer arrived, he said no one answered the door so he called in backup and also the Wichita County Sheriff’s Office, and after a one-hour standoff, he said Campbell came out and surrendered.
Police talked to her daughter, Karlee Hatt, who said Campbell demanded money from her at gunpoint. A friend of Hatt’s said he was with her, and tried to get Hatt out of the house by throwing some money toward Campbell.
Police found a .380 caliber handgun in the house, fully loaded with one shell in the chamber.
Campbell and Hatt were charged last year in a strange incident in which police say they accused a man and a boy of stealing a bike.
Police said they took the bike and loaded it in a car, and when police arrived they said they had made a mistake and the bike was not the one stolen.
However, the next day police said Hatt and a man approached the same man, who was riding bikes with a woman, and chased them and almost rammed the woman’s bicycle, and then Hatt threw a sonic cup full of vomit on the man as they drove past him.
The man arrested then, Johnathan Lopez, was also rearrested about two weeks ago for violating his bonds.