Metro Police have charged 3 men with robbing a man at the Greyhound station downtown. Police say one of them had a gun as they assaulted a man, taking $150 and a cell phone. They are each held on a $75,000 bond, charged with aggravated robbery with a weapon.
Metro Officers responded to a robbery with a handgun call at the downtown Greyhound bus station. The suspects were said to have fled in a white Chevrolet sedan with Florida plates, and 4 individuals inside. An officer observed the vehicle near 8th Avenue South and stopped it at the Marathon station at 2801 John A. Merritt Blvd.
The victim was brought to the traffic stop to conduct a show-up, and positively identified the vehicle, and with the suspects inside and the individuals who robbed him. Per arrest reports, Lamar Cannon approached the victim, who had $150 in his hands, at the Greyhound station and asked him for some of the money. The victim told him he could not give him any of the money, at which time Cannon stated he would just take it, and pulled a gun from his pants. the victim dropped the cash and tried to stand up when he was assaulted by another individual. Police say a total of four assailants attacked the victim, beating him. The victim suffered multiple contusions and a lost tooth. The robbers got away with $150, a phone, and a car code reader.
An affidavit notes 4 individuals were involved in the assault, and 3 of those names have been provided by Metro Police, as below:
- Lamar R Cannon, 27/M/B
- Deonte Jawaun Collier, 24/M/B
- Malcolm Xavier Walls, 24/M/B
Each remains jailed in lieu of a $75,000 bond, charged with aggravated robbery with a weapon.