Patrol officers have charged 20-year-old Tedarrius Myles with aggravated robbery after he allegedly robbed a mini-market at 910 Dodson Avenue.
The incident occurred around 4:30 p.m. Thursday when police received a call from a clerk at Faye’s Quick Stop.
The clerk said a black male entered the store armed with a gun, wearing a blue and white bandana over his face, and a hooded sweat shirt and jeans and demanded money, police say. Before leaving the store, the suspect grabbed a carton of cigarettes, police say.
Officers responding to the call observed a man fitting the suspect description just a few blocks from the store. On him, they located a gun, a carton of cigarettes and a wad of cash all consistent with what the clerk said the suspect took, police say.
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