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Update: Three Arrested In Game King Robbery

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LAWTON, Okla._New information in the robbery of a Lawton business that happened early Saturday morning. Three people are in jail tonight in connection to the robbery.

Police have identified them as Christopher Giles, Darion Landrum, and Anna Spearman.

Police were called to game king at Northwest 67th and cache road around 10 am on a possible robbery Saturday morning.  An employee there told police two robbers, now identified as Christopher Giles and Darion Landrum, forced their way into the store, one of them brandishing a gun and forcing him to the ground.

One of the men then shattered a display case and stolen several gaming systems from inside.  Both men ran out of the business and were seen driving away in a red car that was found at an apartment complex just a few blocks east of where the robbery happened. When police knocked on the door Anna Spearman answered but claimed no one else was inside. After holing up in the apartment for several hours, police kicked in the front door and arrested both men.

The men were arrested for robbery with a dangerous weapon. One of them is a convicted felon. Spearman was arrested as an accessory after the fact.

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