Police: Man arrested after allegedly robbing friend

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Courtesy: Oklahoma County Jail

OKLAHOMA CITY – Authorities say a 21-year-old man is facing charges after allegedly robbing a friend at gunpoint.

On Jan. 30, officers were called to a car dealership along the I-240 Service Rd. after learning about an armed robbery.

The victim told police that he was robbed by 21-year-old Tyler Giles, whom the victim considered a friend.

According to the arrest affidavit, the victim and Giles went to a car dealership to be pre-approved for a vehicle.

After being pre-approved, the victim drove to a bank and withdrew $840.

The report says that when they pulled into a gas station, “[Giles] pulled a black handgun out of his pants and pointed it at [victim,] demanding all his money.

The victim said he gave Giles the money and he took off.

The victim drove back to the car dealership to call police.

Giles was arrested and charged with armed robbery.

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