Blackwell police arrested two Oklahoma City teens, one 16 and the other 15, Sunday afternoon after an attempted car jacking. The teens were also charged with attempted armed robbery, aggravated assault and battery and possession of a firearm in commission of a felony. The charge of resisting arrest also was added to the list.
Dewayne Wood, Blackwell Police Chief reported that Blackwell Police Officers responded to Braums late Sunday afternoon for a report of a girl who was attacked in the Braums parking lot. The girl was 16 years old.
The police chief said that the girl was leving the store when the teens approached her and showed a gun. When the teens told the girl to get on the ground, shw fought back and the gun fell on the ground. Then the pair left on foot.
Officers tracked the teens through a wooded area and arrested them approximately 30 minutes after the call came in.
A juvenile male and female were placed in the custody of Oklahoma Juvenile Affairs and transported to Tulsa County. Chief Wood said they did not know how the pair made it to Blackwell from Oklahoma City. He said they had really good witnesses to the incident and the local girl was not injured. The gun turned out to be an air soft gun.