Police say three teenage girls helped lure a teen boy and his friends to an Oklahoma City park so three men could rob them.
The night of December 11, two of the girls called a boy they knew from school and asked him to pick them up at the 7-Eleven at N.W. 122nd Street and Pennsylvania. The 15-year-old boy arrived, along with two older friends who were 21 and 20 years old.
The three victims found the two teens and a third girl sitting in an SUV with Texas tags. The girls no longer needed a ride, but they convinced the victims to follow them to Macklanburg Park at N.W. 117th Street and Stratford.
Once the group reached the park, they stopped in a parking lot. Moments later, three men – one holding a shotgun – ran up to the victims' car. The suspects pulled the victims out of the vehicle and knocked the 21-year-old man to the ground. One suspect hit the 21 year old with the butt of the shotgun.
The three suspects then began tearing up the victims' car while yelling, "Where are the drugs?" The victims thought they heard a shotgun blast, so they took off running.
The victims said as they ran, they saw the three men jump into the SUV with the three teenage girls and drive away. That's when the victims called for help. They were not seriously injured.
Police later found the SUV the suspects drove away in, and discovered the vehicle was stolen. Police tracked down all six suspects. The three teenage girls were taken to the juvenile detention center.
The three male suspects were identified as Johnny McGinnis, 18; Renaldo Miller, 19; and Ramone Lewis, 18. The men were booked into the Oklahoma County jail for armed robbery.