Police: Three in custody after armed robbery and chase

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OKLAHOMA CITY – Police are investigating after an armed robbery led to a foot chase in north Oklahoma City Wednesday morning.

According to police, two suspects robbed a man at gunpoint in the 1700 block of N Tulsa around 2 a.m.

Air 1 and K9 units were called to the scene to assist in the search.

A short time later police attempted to pull over a vehicle matching the description given by the victim when two suspects jumped out of the vehicle and ran.

One of the suspects, 18-year-old Audrey Smith was arrested a short time later.

Police say she suffered a dog bite while being taken into custody.

A male suspect allegedly ran into a backyard and jumped through an open window.

When police asked the residents in the home to come outside, a 17-year-old male came out covered in sweat and grass, according to the police report.

He was arrested and taken into custody.

A female in the house, 19-year-old Simone Curley, was also arrested.

When police ran her information, they found she had a warrant out for her arrest for possession of a stolen vehicle.

Police say they found a gun in the vehicle.

Smith and the 17-year-old male are both facing charges for armed robbery with a fire arm and unauthorized use of a motor vehicle.

 

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