An overnight in northwest Oklahoma City crime-spree lands two people in jail.
News 9 has learned at least five people were held up at gunpoint and robbed of their wallets, credit cards and cash. One man was even forced to drive the robbers in his car to a local ATM.
All five of men are lucky to be alive, after they say one of the robbers held a gun up to their heads and demanded money.
"Just like that he was like right next to me," said Keith Bradford, one of the first people robbed in the overnight crime spree. "Like put the gun to my face and was just like, 'Don't move!'"
It happened near Hefner and Council Rd. just after midnight. Keith says he was just walking down the breezeway when he was approached. He says the robbers forced him into the courtyard, demanded his wallet and even asked him if his car was in the parking lot.
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"Then he kind of grabbed me by my jacket pulled me and said walk this way," said Bradford. " And put the gun to the back of my neck and said where's your car at?"
Keith's car wasn't there, so they let Keith go and took off. Shortly after Keith was robbed, police got a call to Northwest Expressway and Meridian Ave.
A man ran to a Circle K convenience store saying he had been robbed at gunpoint right next door at an apartment complex. The suspects then used his credit cards at the 7-11 down the road.
In all, the robbers hit a total of five people at four different locations, within a three hour period. They even forced a man to get into his car and take them to an ATM.
Police found the car and people they were looking for at a Tinker Federal Credit Union ATM at NW 39th and Barr.
Police pursued that car, finally bringing the crime spree to an end near NW 36th and Meridian Ave. Police arrested two people believed to be involved.
Both Nicco Price and Britney Hamilton are behind bars. Both face several criminal charges. Oklahoma City police say one person is still on the loose. He was last seen running from the scene in a grey hoodie.
If you have any information, call Crime Stoppers at (405) 235-7300