Oklahoma City woman arrested after allegedly robbing man who offered her a ride

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Teanna Williamson

OKLAHOMA CITY – An Oklahoma City woman was arrested after allegedly robbing a man who offered her a ride.

On November 26th, a woman at a convenience store near N.E. 16th and Martin Luther King asked a man for a ride.

The man told police that after the woman was in the car, she asked for him to take her to a drug house.

However, the man said he refused to take the woman, identified as 38-year-old Teanna Williamson, to the drug house.

He said the woman then grabbed a knife and demanded the man give her money.

The man told police he gave Williamson $40 and she got out of the car.

Police were able to locate the woman.

While searching Williamson, a police officer found $40 underneath the woman’s breast.

Williamson was arrested and booked into jail for robbery with a dangerous weapon.

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