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Tulsa Police Arrest Two Connected To Food Truck Robberies

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Officers said they arrested Jeremiah Million (left) and Kemoni Carter (right) for the robberies. Officers said they arrested Jeremiah Million (left) and Kemoni Carter (right) for the robberies.
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Tulsa police have arrested two men suspected of robbing food trucks.

Officers said they arrested Jeremiah Million and Kemoni Carter.

Investigators said surveillance footage at one of the food trucks clearly shows Million and Carter.

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Police said the footage shows the men entering one of the food trucks near 21st and Garnett, armed with a gun, and demanding cash.

Investigators said Million admitted to his part in the crime, however, Carter did not.

According to reports, Million admitted to stealing money from several taco trucks on separate occasions.

Witnesses told police he had a gun during the robberies, but Million told them he "did not need a gun due to his size and the employees being female."

Jail records show he's being held on two counts of robbery with a dangers weapon and one count of robbery by force or fear.

Records show Carter is being held on one count of robbery with a firearm or dangerous weapon.

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