Oklahoma City police last week arrested Marvin Crosby, 18, and Dametrius Turner, 19, following a string of robberies and thefts in multiple Oklahoma cities.
Sgt. Megan Morgan said the first incident occurred on April 20 at 405 Relief on N. Pennsylvania Ave.
A probable cause affidavit said Crosby and two others attempted to rob the medical marijuana dispensary. Police said the group disarmed the business’ security guard and held him at gunpoint as they entered the store. A staff member fired towards the suspects, who then returned fire and left, police said.
Oklahoma City police responded to several other incidents at dispensaries about two weeks later, between May 3 and 6.
On May 3, Green Day, a dispensary on N. Penn. Ave., was robbed after someone climbed through the drive-thru window claiming to have a gun. The clerk told police the robber ordered him to the ground and took more than $10,000 worth of product.
The employee told police the suspect was wearing a black or blue zip-up hoodie and black athletic pants with a white stripe down each side.
On the same day, security cameras at Project Releaf captured someone in a similar outfit stealing more than $1,000 worth of merchandise and leaving. The night