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Arrests made in weekend carjacking

LAWTON, Okla._A woman and a teenager have been arrested in connection with a carjacking and robbery that happened over the weekend in Lawton.

The teen and 37-year-old Kassie Wear are accused of robbing a woman who stopped to give them a ride on 28th Street and H Avenue around 10:00 p.m. Sunday. The victim said the woman and the teen took her van and her purse. The van was recovered a couple of hours later in the 1800 block of A Avenue.

Wear is being held on a first degree robbery complaint.

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