Two people are in custody and in the burglary of Oklahoma head football coach Bob Stoops' home, reports the Oklahoman.
The family was home during the robbery, which happened at 3:30 a.m. last Wednesday, and did not realized they had been robbed until they awoke in the morning. A vehicle was among the items stolen and no one was hurt during the burglary.
The reports says that one of the suspects discussed the robbery at a party and admitted to police that he participated in the burglary.
Corey McCarty was arrested on complaints of burglary, possession of stolen property, unlawful use of a credit card and grand larceny of an automobile.
Stoops has been the Oklahoma coach since 1999 and has a career record of 149-37. His teams have won eight Big 12 championships and one national championship in 2000.
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McCarty was taken to Norman Police Department, where he waived his Miranda rights and confessed to the crime, the documents state.SI WIRE: Report: Johnny Manziel's anti-College Station tweet over parking ticket
McCarty admitted entering the home and taking property and a vehicle with an associate, police said.
Stoops' home, 5400 36 Ave. NW, was burglarized early Wednesday while the family slept, police said. No one was hurt during the intrusion.
A vehicle and other smaller items were reported missing from the home, Norman police Lt. Eric Lehenbauer said.
Surveillance footage from the Stoops' home and from a business captured the images of two people suspected in the burglary, which police released Friday to the media.
Norman police said the two tried to use a stolen credit card that was taken during the burglary.