Oklahoma teen charged after allegedly attacking man, tying him up in trunk

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Shamar Frazier Courtesy: Oklahoma County Jail

OKLAHOMA CITY –  A teenager is facing an array of charges after allegedly attacking another man and tying him up in a trunk.

On Nov. 28, police were called to a man who said he had been beaten up.

When officers arrived, they found the man covered in dried blood.

According to the arrest affidavit, the victim told police that he had visited 17-year-old Shamar Frazier’s home after Frazier accused him of a robbery and of being involved with his girlfriend.

The victim told authorities he was trying to tell Frazier that he was not involved in anything he was accused of and tried to “set things right.”

At that point, he says he blacked out after hitting the ground.

When the victim awoke, he told police he was in the trunk of his car with tape around his hands and ankles.

According to the arrest affidavit, the victim felt the car slow down so he freed his hands and opened the trunk latch.

Once he was free, he claimed he ran toward OHP Headquarters.

The victim said the car turned around and started chasing him, but left once he got near the headquarters.

Frazier is charged with kidnapping, aggravated assault and battery, robbery with a firearm and conspiracy.

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