Police: 4 teenagers arrested after meeting Oklahoma man on app, robbing him

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Levi Kelley

OKLAHOMA CITY – Authorities arrested four teenagers following an alleged robbery that started through an app to meet new people.

On Wednesday, officers were called to an apartment complex following an armed robbery. The victim told police that he met a girl online through the “Meet Me” app and they agreed to meet up at the Glendale Apartments.

When he got there, he met two teenage girls who invited him upstairs to their apartment.

While he was walking up the stairs, he told authorities that a man with a gun stopped him and demanded money and “everything in his pockets.”

The victim told police he gave the man his cell phone and cash, but kept his car keys and called for help at a nearby gas station.

Officers arrested 18-year-old Levi Kelley, a 17-year-old girl, a 16-year-old girl and a 15-year-old girl.

According to the arrest affidavit, Kelley told authorities where the victim’s cell phone was located, and police say¬†the gun turned out to be a BB gun.

Kelley was arrested on a charge of robbery with a firearm, while the girls were arrested on a charge of conspiracy to commit a felony.

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