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Clerk Foils Attempted Carjacking

Originally ran here as:
"Clerk Foils Attempted Carjacking, Two Men Taken Into Custody"
March 29, 2002

EDMOND, OKLAHOMA -- A fast-acting convenience store clerk helped foil a carjacking in Edmond Friday.

Police said that two men jumped into a car near 2700 North Kelley and pulled a knife on the woman at the wheel.

The store's owner saw it happen and held one of the attackers at gunpoint until the police arrived.

One man, Tarterrion Williams, was arrested on a complaint of armed robbery.

Another man, Rufus Nelson, was also questioned. Nelson is in police custody on an unrelated drug charge, but was arrested near the crime scene.

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