Internet hooker who kidnapped and robbed 'John' at knifepoint given opportunity at probation

12/15/2016 - OKC, OK -- An Oklahoma City Internet prostitute reaches plea deal that may result in probation after pleading guilty to armed kidnapping and robbery related charges.

Last month JohnTV reported on an Oklahoma City prostitute and her male co-defendant who, on Halloween, lured a 'John' to a Del-City motel room, kidnapped him at knife-point, took his ATM debit card, withdrew $300 and then turned him loose.

The prostitute, later identified as 20-year-old Alysia Cheyenne Proctor, and her accomplice, 39-year-old Jonathan Nozilion Johnson, were formally charged with kidnapping, computer crimes, possession of a taken credit card and robbery with a dangerous weapon on Nov. 9.

According to court reports, the unnamed male victim replied to a Backpage.com ad for prostitution and was directed to the Motel 6 at 5501 Tinker Diagonal in Del City.

Once the 'John' arrived he paid Proctor $40 and she performed oral sex on him.

Soon thereafter, Johnson entered the motel room, armed with a knife. 

Fortunately for the 'John', Proctor and Johnson let him go unharmed after their crimes. Unfortunately for the criminal duo, the 'John' did not hesitate to immediately call police.

Proctor last appeared in court yesterday.

Proctor announced that she wanted to change her not guilty plea to guilty as part of a plea deal by the Oklahoma County District Attorney's office.

According to court records, Proctor's plea deal includes allowing Proctor to attend an in-custody RID program. If she does so successfully, Proctor will be granted probation.

Proctor will next appear in court on Sept. 20, 2017.

Proctor has no other adult criminal record that JohnTV could find.

Johnson maintains his innocence and is next set to appear in court on Dec. 22.

Johnson is currently being held on a $148,000 bond.

Johnson has an extensive criminal resume that includes; burglary in the second degree, possession of cocaine, drug distribution, concealing stolen property and possession of a firearm with a defaced serial number.