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Broken Arrow Man Arrested on Complaint of Robbing Juveniles

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A man was arrested near midnight Saturday in Broken Arrow after allegedly robbing two juveniles.

The juveniles were reportedly walking from the Cinemark Movie Theater at 1801 East Hillside Drive to an IHOP location nearby when the suspect honked at them, got out of his car and demanded their money.

The suspect, Brandon Smith, allegedly grabbed the first victim around the neck, demanding his money before approaching the second victim.

The juveniles gave the man all the money they had, $11, the report states.

A witness was also on scene and officers responding to the call were able to locate the suspect in his vehicle at another location in Broken Arrow.

Officers arrested the man on complaints of robbery by force and fear.

The police report states that the car emitted a strong odor of marijuana and other drugs were found in the vehicle.

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