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This sign warns students not to play games at the in-school branch Tinker FCU operates in John Marshall High School.

A 16-year-old Oklahoma City student claims he was only joking about robbing the $2.9 billion Tinker Federal Credit Union branch in John Marshall High School.

But the Oklahoma City Police Department said the attempted robbery of the in-school branch by Rayqwonn Deion Chatman of Oklahoma City was not a joke, and he is being charged as an adult with attempted robbery by force or fear, Capt. Dexter Nelson, chief spokesperson for the Oklahoma City Police Department, said Wednesday.

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