A second woman is under arrest on a charge of robbery. Police say she was part of an incident where an Omaha man was followed in a vehicle until he arrived home, then beat and robbed in his driveway.
Twenty-one-year-old Keonna Cleveland has been charged with one count of robbery.
Earlier in September, 18-year-old Katora Mckenzie was charged with one count of felony robbery for her alleged role in the crime.
The stalking and attack police say was carried out by Mckenizie and Cleveland is outlined in court documents based on statements from the victim, who is a retired Omaha firefighter.
He told investigators on September 4th, he drove to Orsi's Pizza then went to the bank where he cashed a check. After that, he drove through McDonald's.
Once through the drive through at McDonald's, the man headed home. He told investigators that a green vehicle was following him since he left the restaurant.
Once he was in his driveway, the victim was sitting in his vehicle when he says the suspect came up, opened his car door, hit him in his face and said, "Where is the money, old man?"
The victim told investigators that the suspect kept asking him where the money was until finding the envelope of cash from when he cashed the check at the bank.
According to the affidavit, surveillance video shows the suspect's vehicle in the McDonald's drive through behind the victim.
The same green vehicle was seen on surveillance video at the bank, the suspects were inside the bank, behind the victim in line as he cashed his check.
According to court documents, Katora Mckenzie admitted to police that she was the one driving the vehicle and Cleveland was the one who committed the robbery.
The retired Omaha firefighter had his badge, wallet, credit card and social security card stolen along with the cash.
He tells Channel 6 News that he just "wants to put this all behind him" and declined to comment further.