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Man sentenced for gas station robbery last year

Lawton,Okla_A Lawton man convicted of robbing a local gas station last year will spend ten years in prison. Tyrone McCullar pleaded guilty to 2nd degree robbery in a Comanche County Courtroom last week.

Prosecutors say McCullar held up the EZGO on NW Sheridan Road near NW 21st street. Witnesses told police McCullar walked into the gas station, demanded money and was waving his hands as if he had a gun.

Police say McCullar took off with the entire cash register but then called 911 from a local motel and turned himself in to police. According to a police report, McCullar told dispatchers he was under the influence of drugs and needed help.

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