SAN ANTONIO, Texas (ValleyCentral) — A 17-year-old was robbed at knifepoint just in front of a San Antonio high school, according to San Antonio police.
The victim told police he was walking at 8:20 a.m. in front of Clark High School when a woman pulled out a knife and demanded his cellphone.
Police stated that there was a small struggle between the two but eventually the victim gave up his phone.
The 17-year-old ran to the school and asked staff to call the police. Officers were notified of the woman’s description, later identified as a 19-year-old, and began searching nearby areas.
San Antonio police officers approached three different suspects that matched the description. One of them ran into traffic on a nearby road, however, police were able to take her into custody.
The 19-year-old was booked for aggravated robbery. The two other suspects were released after an investigation revealed they were not involved with the robbery.
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