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LAWTON, Okla._New information surrounding a group of friends accused of robbing a doctor at a clinic last week and another couple during a home invasion later that day.

New documents show two of three may have been involved in a third crime. A victim alleges in a police report filed yesterday 19-year-old Ryan Rivera drove him to a house in MacArthur Park on June 20, where a 15-year-old pointed a gun to his head and robbed him of his backpack. That 15-year-old was one of two teens who had been arrested and accused of committing a home invasion two days prior.

Time stamps on police records show the police were searching Rivera's home Friday----when the latest robbery was allegedly being committed. All three are now in jail charged with robbery and burglary.

 

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