Officers in Oklahoma City are looking for two men they believe purposefully caused a car accident before committing a robbery. Investigators say when two men and two others pulled over at a gas station after a crash near Walker Avenue and Southwest 59th Street, the men pulled out a gun and fired one shot into the ground before taking off with a woman’s purse. Police were called and quickly blocked off the scene.
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What should have been a quick walk to a nearby convenience store turned into something quite traumatic for an 11-year-old in Stillwater recently. He "threatened the kid with the pocket knife to get the kid's money,” Sgt. Kyle Bruce told KOCO. Stillwater police say Cody Allen Lane robbed that child of $20 – birthday money he received from his mother. The boy was on the way to a Quick Stop to spend some of his birthday money.
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Selecting a term
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