Oklahoma woman on motorized scooter says she was robbed by three men at gunpoint

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OKLAHOMA CITY - A metro woman is shaken up after being robbed at gunpoint by three masked men.

She says this isn't the first time a crime like this has happened in her neighborhood.

Alena Gentry had just finished watching TV at a friend's house near Southeast 44th and Bryant, and was riding back to her apartment in her motorized wheel chair.

As soon as she got home, she says she was approached by three people wearing masks.

Gentry told police that one held a gun to her head and demanded cash.

She says just a few days ago her neighbor was also robbed.

Gentry says that she's afraid criminals are targeting their community, which is HUD housing for people with disabilities.

NewsChannel 4 reached out to management in that community, but we have not heard back.

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