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More teens arrested in connection with robbery, beating in downtown

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Authorities said two people, 17-year-old Dwjuan Mix and 18-year-old Jarvis Fisher, have been arrested. They are both charged with Robbery. By Daniel Fredman Authorities said two people, 17-year-old Dwjuan Mix and 18-year-old Jarvis Fisher, have been arrested. They are both charged with Robbery. By Daniel Fredman
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(KMOV.com) - Police said they have arrested two more suspects in connection with an assault that occurred in downtown St. Louis Nov. 4.

Authorities said two people, 17-year-old Dwjuan Mix and 18-year-old Jarvis Fisher, have been arrested. They are both charged with Robbery.

Authorities believe eight teenagers assaulted and robbed a man near 10th Street and Olive.

Two other younger suspects, 15-year-old and 16-year-old boys, were also arrested in connection with the incident.

Another juvenile suspect was arrested last Thursday.

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ST. LOUIS, Mo. (KMOV.com) – Police in St. Louis made one arrest after a group of approximately 8 teenagers allegedly assaulted and robbed a man in downtown St. Louis.

Police said the robbery happened near the intersection of 10th Street and Olive Street at 4:55 p.m. Monday.

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Police said the 32-year-old man was approached by one of the teens who asked for money.  The man replied that he did not have any and at that time another teen struck the victim in the face with a fist, according to police.
 
Police tweeted on Thursday that a juvenile suspect was taken into custody in connection with the attack. The suspect has not been charged.
 
The suspects removed the man’s cell phone and money from his pocket and the fled the area.  One group was seen running south on 10th Street and another group ran east on Locust.
 
The man was rushed to a St. Louis hospital for treatment.
 
Police said the suspects, who were all believed to be between the ages of 15 and 18, were wearing khaki pants and black shirts.
 
The St. Louis Metropolitan Police Department says they will increase patrols in the area.
 

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