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2 Arrested In Shooting Of OKC Man Who Called Escort Service

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Kassady Renee Lesiter, Christopher Adam Banschbach mug shots. Kassady Renee Lesiter, Christopher Adam Banschbach mug shots.
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An Oklahoma City man was shot and robbed after he reportedly called an escort service last Friday. Police have arrested two people in connection to the crime.

According to police, the man admitted to police that he had called an escort service to arrange for a date. He ended up getting robbed instead.

Officers were called to the man's home in the 700 block of S.W. 104 Place around 1:00 a.m. last Friday. The man was taken to the hospital and was treated and released for his injuries. He was shot in the arm.

6/27/2014 Related Story: Oklahoma Man Shot and Robbed After Calling Escort Service

According to a police report, when the victim took the female suspect to his room and removed his clothing, there was a knock at the door. The female suspect ran to the door and let her two male accomplices in. The three of them then robbed the victim and shot him.

Over the weekend, police arrested two suspects, 26-year-old Kassady Renee Lesiter and 28-year-old Christopher Adam Banschbach. A third suspect is still on the run.

6/28/2014 Related Story: Man Shot, Robbed After Calling OKC Escort Service; Woman Arrested

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