16-year-old boy arrested at school for allegedly robbing Oklahoma City GameStop

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OKLAHOMA CITY – Authorities arrested a teenager accused of robbing a local gaming store on Labor Day weekend.

On Labor Day,  officers were called to the GameStop on Memorial Rd. following an armed robbery.

According to the police report, the victim was opening the store when a man walked to the counter and pointed a tan semiautomatic handgun at him.

“Empty your register, give me your f****** money! If anyone comes in, I’m going to start shooting!” the alleged suspect told the clerk.

The victim told police that he gave the man all the money from the register, but the alleged thief said it wasn’t enough.

When the victim tried to open the store’s safe, the alleged suspect threatened to shoot him again because of the time delay.

After getting the money, the alleged suspect said, “I should just shoot you to prove to you that I’m serious.”


Earlier this week, officers arrested a 16-year-old boy for the crime.

Authorities say he was arrested at his school for robbery with a firearm.

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