Teen arrested for attempted robbery of school bank
OKLAHOMA CITY—Police rushed to a local high school after hearing word of an attempted robbery.
Last week just before 11:15 a.m., police were called to the Tinker Federal Credit Union located inside John Marshall High School.
When officers arrived, they spoke to a teller at the bank who told them she was helping two students when 16-year-old Rayqwonn Deion Chatman walked up to the counter and allegedly told her to “give me some money.”
Witnesses claim Chatman had his right hand in his pocket, making it appear as if he was armed.
The witness said she told Chatman he could be in a lot of trouble before he left without any cash.
Police were able to review security footage and arrested Chatman.
He was booked into the Oklahoma County Jail on one count of attempted armed robbery of a bank.
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