27-year-old Marquise Hill was charged with aggravated robbery when the man he met to trade a gun for an iPad decided he wasn’t interested, prompting Hill and an associate to instead rob the man with the weapon.
22-year-old Nissan Mitchell was charged with aggravated robbery when she and an accomplice gestured for a woman to come over to their SUV, threatened her with a handgun, told her to get in, then stole $2,000 from her.
18-year-old Caleb Ols was charged with aggravated robbery when he and another man robbed a group of people in a parking lot at gunpoint for not wanting to buy marijuana from them, per report.
25-year-old Anton Rucker was charged with attempted criminal homicide, three counts of especially aggravated kidnapping, aggravated robbery, and interference with a 911 call after he held a handgun to his child’s mother’s head while driving, threatened to kill her and the children, and then beat and strangled her in an alley before stealing her phone and money.
21-year-old Malik White was charged with aggravated assault with a deadly weapon, aggravated robbery, custodial interference, and theft after hijacking a Jeep Compass in order to see his 10-month-old child. Prior to commandeering the vehicle, he reportedly threatened and stabbed a woman multiple times with a fork.
30-year-old Javelyn Stubbs was charged with aggravated burglary after she broke a window to gain access to her boyfriend’s apartment where she took off with his keys.
As technology advances, so to the methods robbers use. 19-year-old Amin Kosar was identified as one of two individuals that robbed another teen at gunpoint after he got into the vehicle with them. They made the victim unlock his phone and log out of his Apple ID at gunpoint before they released him.
Midtown Hills Precinct detectives have charged 17-year-old Cornelius Reed with especially aggravated robbery for shooting a 20-year-old man in the 1200 block of 12th Avenue South in Edgehill Homes Tuesday evening.
36-year-old Teneka Barbee was arrested Wednesday, charged with aggravated burglary. She allegedly kicked through a door to collect a $20 marijuana debt, however the victim says the weed was a gift.
Marvell Thomas, 31, in custody after he and an accomplice are accused of forcing their way into a home, firing shots during a drug-related robbery, fleeing in a stolen car while being chased by a neighbor in her vehicle, while shots were fired at her too. MNPD Air 1 and the car rental company tracked them until they crashed and fled on foot.