TULSA - Two teenagers believed to have carjacked a Cascia Hall student late Monday night were taken into custody Friday, according to Tulsa police.
The suspects, a 17-year-old boy and a 16-year-old girl, were arrested at 61st and Peoria Avenue and east Tulsa, respectively, late Friday afternoon.
Both are expected to face kidnapping and robbery charges. The 17-year-old should also face a count of shooting with intent to kill.
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Police say 17-year-old Michelle was at a 41st and Utica stoplight around 11:30 Monday night when a Hispanic man and woman, carrying a Chihuahua, forced their way into her car, and yelled out commands.
At the first opportunity, and after being pistol whipped twice in the head, Michelle took the keys and ran across the street.
Filled with adrenaline, Michelle crawled under a gate leading to a midtown neighborhood. She says she heard two shots not far behind, and wriggled to safety through a stranger's doggy door.
Her vehicle was later found, with the Chihuahua sleeping in the back seat.
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