UPDATE: Robbery Near ECU In Greenville

Greenville police said they arrested four people for a robbery early Wednesday morning.

The robbery was reported around 2:30 a.m. at Third and Summit St. in Greenville, which is near the campus of East Carolina University.

Early Wednesday afternoon, records at the Pitt County Detention Center showed four people charged with robbery with a dangerous weapon. Three of the four are from Martin County.

Deshon Davis, 21, of Hudson St. in Greenville and Curtis Moore, 19, of Roanoke Ct. in Jamesville are charged with two counts of robbery with a dangerous weapon and one count of conspiracy. Rakeem Williams, 22, of Middle St. in Jamesville and Dequan Daniels, 19, of Fred Hardison Rd. in Williamston are charged with one count each of robbery with a dangerous weapon and conspiracy.

Each had a bond of $50,000.


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  • by cousin Location: plymouth on Nov 28, 2011 at 02:45 PM
    Curtis coustin again ok to diane ok he never worked at no piggly wiggly get your facts straight if you knows him so well he was workin at food lion and he was proven innocent he did not steal so hello know your facts mam!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
  • by Shannon Location: Bethel on Nov 24, 2011 at 10:46 AM
    Curtis doesnt even look like the type that would do something like this hopefully he will learn his lesson when he gets out and continue with life. He is not a bad person he is just going thru thats how i see it. i dnt think he would hurt anybody
  • by JCJ Location: MC on Nov 20, 2011 at 01:03 PM
    Upset no one is defending your little loser Diane? If you want to talk about past deeds you might bring up how Dequan has sold drugs in the projects and actually this is his second arrest for theft in a month! Maybe instead of robbery he should try a productive avenue, like getting a job???
  • by Diane Location: Jamesville on Nov 18, 2011 at 01:02 PM
    I dont know why yall are all trying to make curtis look like he is the good guy all the boys were wrong and they all are being punished together!Curtis been selling drugs in the project for a long time and never got caught he even stole money from piggly wiggly when he was working there well who made him do that!Was he in the wrong place at the wrong time then!
  • by JCJ Location: MC on Nov 18, 2011 at 05:41 AM
    You know the way to stop getting arrested for "wrong crowd, wrong time" is to stop hanging out with the wrong crowd! It doesn't excuse behavior, get new friends. Curtis has been warned time and time again, he has seen these so called friends get arrest time and time again, no sympathy...And 'reality check' you're exactly right, they won't get any time in prison.
  • by Wanda hooper Location: Jamesville NC on Nov 17, 2011 at 04:49 PM
    Curtis i am sorry that you was with the wrong crowd at the wrong time, but we are keeping you in our prays sometime things happen for a reason but we don't know what the reason are, this may be your wake up call.We Love You
  • by To Curtis cousin Location: Martin county on Nov 17, 2011 at 09:24 AM
    All of these guys have a criminal record. They can't go to court for their previous crime before they commit another. Curtis cousin probably doesn't consider his behavior violent because the cousin probably has worse charges. You are not considered violent until you kill someone. I know all these guys and many people were scared of them because of their behavior and their ties to gang activity.
  • by Curtis Cousin Location: plymouth ,nc on Nov 17, 2011 at 08:38 AM
    Curtis Moore is not a violent mna he was just with the wrong crowd . We, the family are prayin hard for him in plymouth,nc hold up ur head lil cuzz we love you an d god knows best
  • by Armed on Nov 16, 2011 at 01:24 PM
    This is why I carry an umbrella everywhere I go.
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      by Me too on Nov 16, 2011 at 04:33 PM in reply to Armed
      Mine has a Crimson Trace grip.
  • by tom on Nov 16, 2011 at 11:39 AM
    To Pirates: You're right, it wouldn't have ended well because you probably would have been killed. I'll take my chances calling the police as opposed to trying to be a hero. These guys will get a minimum of 5 years in prison. Unless you are Chuck Norris, 4 on 1 does not end well even if you have your pistol.
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      by Anonymous on Nov 16, 2011 at 12:54 PM in reply to tom
      I disagree. Thugs are always brave until someone steps up. They are just like cockroaches when the lights come on.
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      by Dumfounded on Nov 16, 2011 at 04:12 PM in reply to tom
      Where did you get your law degree? These thugs will never spend a day in prison for this crime.I'd bet the farm that a plea bargain will get them probation.Unless they have an extensive(AND I mean extensive) prior criminal history the court has to sentence them to probation, which they will probably violate and THEN they may get an active sentence.... if the Judge doesn't throw them back at the probation dept to chase again.THE SYSTEM IS BROKE.Why do you think no one fears the Court system?
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      by reality check on Nov 17, 2011 at 04:10 PM in reply to tom
      These guys will not get a day in prison. They will rat out a friend in exchange for reduced charges with probation. That is why they are back and forth with the courts. They have "close" relationships with the cops.
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