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Three Arrested In Stun Gun Attack On Choctaw Teen

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Police arrested Anthony Cooper, Orlando Freeman, and Devonte Sapp. They're suspected of using a stun gun on a teenage girl outside her Choctaw home. Police arrested Anthony Cooper, Orlando Freeman, and Devonte Sapp. They're suspected of using a stun gun on a teenage girl outside her Choctaw home.
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Choctaw Police confirmed Friday they arrested three people suspected of using a stun gun on a girl outside her home.

Police arrested Devonte Sapp, 20, Orlando Freeman, 22, and Anthony Cooper, 21, without incident. Sapp and Cooper live in Midwest City. Freeman lives in Spencer. They were booked into the Oklahoma County jail on counts of attempted robbery with a dangerous weapon, assault and battery with a dangerous weapon, and criminal conspiracy.

Cooper and Sapp were also booked for shooting with intent and discharging a firearm from a moving vehicle.

11/16/2012 Related Story: Police On The Lookout For Choctaw Stun Gun Assailant

The teenage victim was seated in her car in her driveway on November 15 when a car pulled up behind her and blocked her in. A man got out of the car and asked her for directions.

While the girl's window was rolled down, the man reached in and tased her with a stun gun more than a dozen times. The victim honked her horn and yelled for help.

A neighbor rushed to her rescue, even jumping in the victim's car and chasing the suspects for several miles.

Using descriptions from the victim and the neighbor, police tracked down the suspects. Freeman is currently being held on a $45,000 bond. Cooper and Sapp are each being held on $90,000 bonds.

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