2 Teens Accused of Robbing Classmate at Gunpoint

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By Alabama News Network

Police say two Selma High School students accused of robbing a classmate at gunpoint are each being held on $60,000 bond.
   
Investigators say a 15-year-old boy told them he was picked up by two 17-year-old classmates Saturday morning and was told they were going to buy new shoes from a local store.
   
Police say the teen was instead driven to another location where one of the two older boys held a gun to the back of his head and demanded money.
   
Investigators say the teen jumped from the vehicle and suffered a minor injury. Authorities say one of the suspects was arrested at school Monday afternoon and the other was arrested at home.
   
The teens have been charged with robbery.



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