UPDATE: New Charges For Greenville Food Lion Robbery Suspects

Police may be connecting unsolved armed robbery cases to four men charged with holding up a grocery store.

According to court records and jail records, the four suspects are all facing three charges of armed robbery instead of just one.

The suspects are 21-year-old Kwamane Everett of Raleigh, 20-year-old Steven Cooley of Ayden, 20-year-old Dariel Haddock of Greenville and 21-year-old Demario Williams, who lived in Greenville but now lives in Knightdale.

The four are behind bars in the Pitt County Detention Center.

We'll ask detectives what the other armed robberies are that these four are charged with.



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Four men are locked up on $1 million bonds in Greenville.

The four are facing various robbery charges. They are charged in the robbery of a Greenville Food Lion Sunday.

Police say officers saw three men running near the rear of the Food Lion on East 10th Street Sunday evening. Officers followed the men after they got into a vehicle. A short time later, police received a report that the Food Lion had just been robbed. Police say the description matched, so they stopped the vehicle at 14th and Charles Boulevard and made the arrests.

Arrested were 21-year-old Kwamane Everett of Raleigh,
20-year-old Steven Cooley of Ayden, 20-year-old Dariel Haddock of Greenville and 21-year-old Demario Williams, who lived in Greenville but now lives in Knightdale.

The four face charges of common law conspiracy, conspiracy of robbery with a dangerous weapon, robbery with a dangerous weapon and second degree kidnapping.

Authorities say investigators are following up on recent robberies in the area to see if these four may have been involved.


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  • by shaylacooley on Mar 4, 2012 at 05:12 PM
    funny how the world is filled with so many people who have so much to say about others as if they live the most perfect lives. i love my brother uncondtionally & i'm not proud of his actions but we're dealing with this the best way we can to prevent similar mistakes & to build better character. we don't have to answer to yall nor do yall have anywhere to put us. judge not lest ye be judged. everybody wanna criticize but nobody wants to help. nobody wants to teach. nobody wants to reach out. yall so unneccesary.
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      by 2ndstpirate on Mar 5, 2012 at 05:33 AM in reply to shaylacooley
      Don't blame society for your brothers actions. He knew it was wrong to rob the Food Lion and he knew it was wrong to kill that man over such a small amount of money! This has nothing to do with society but having to do with him trying to take the easy way in life. It sounds to me that "nobody" wanted to get a job and work hard every day. "nobody" wanted to be a man and live by morals and convictions. "nobody" is one less thug on streets but decent taxpayers are going to have to pay for him to live for a long time.
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        by Anonymous on Mar 6, 2012 at 03:27 AM in reply to 2ndstpirate
        Witn will post racist comments from whites but will not post when blacks to retaliate. I have tried several posts with no profane yet they won't post. I guess it's okay for white people to degrade us knowing they commits horrific crimes. Post this WITN. How northcarolinish of you WITN.
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          by 2ndstpirate on Mar 6, 2012 at 05:39 AM in reply to
          There was nothing racist about my posting. I do not understand your anger? The facts are that these people decided it was best to murder and steal instead of working to earn money. It does not matter what color they are...people like this are cancers on our society. They feel entitled to things and when they don't have them they steal and kill for them. I get up every morning at 6:00 AM and go to work not because I want to but because I want to provide for my family and be a productive member of society. I take pride in knowing everything I have I worked for. It is just too bad that hard working tax payers are going to have to pay for them for the next 25 years. Think about me outside at 6:00 AM in the cold so these guys can have a hot meal in prison... There is nothing about that fair...
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      by Formerly Pirateman on Mar 5, 2012 at 10:48 AM in reply to shaylacooley
      I see where his problems originated. You just can't take ANY responsibility can you. It is everyone else's fault, isn't it.
  • by shaylacooley on Mar 4, 2012 at 05:12 PM
    funny how the world is filled with so many people who have so much to say about others as if they live the most perfect lives. i love my brother uncondtionally & i'm not proud of his actions but we're dealing with this the best way we can to prevent similar mistakes & to build better character. we don't have to answer to yall nor do yall have anywhere to put us. judge not lest ye be judged. everybody wanna criticize but nobody wants to help. nobody wants to teach. nobody wants to reach out. yall so unneccesary.
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      by Blame Obama on Mar 5, 2012 at 01:57 PM in reply to shaylacooley
      Wow did you read my post or did you just think that up. Obama has let his brother's down in so many ways. just like malcom x did. Obama is no Dr.Martin Luther King Jr. . MLK message was real.
  • by Obama gal Location: g- vegas on Mar 3, 2012 at 01:00 PM
    Racism totally out of control since Obama is in office. Let the haters hate. It's like cancer.
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      by Blame Obama on Mar 4, 2012 at 05:01 PM in reply to Obama gal
      Another welfare persons shout out. they cant get it. Things are not working ,and they pull the card every time. They should make welfare people work for there money ,clean parks and odd and ends . too soon
  • by Blame Obama Location: Morehead on Feb 29, 2012 at 06:57 PM
    I see Obama has not been a good role model for young Black man .He should Speak out and ask them to stop . Mr. Obama need's to send the message just like the Late Great Dr. Martin Luther King.
  • by crazy world Location: Greenville on Feb 28, 2012 at 04:29 AM
    Okay, now we are going to blame the PARENTS? These are grown men. How can you blame their parents?? So I guess the young man that shot and killed his father, we have to blame the parents for that as well? You can raise your child in the direction you want them to go, but some will always stray! It's PRAYING times, but we forget how to do that. If everyone would sweep around their own front door, the world would be a better place! Imagine how YOU(the public) would feel if it was your child? Imagine the pain their parents are going through and put yourself in their shoes.............
  • by Lasnakea Location: moyewood on Feb 27, 2012 at 04:04 PM
    I thoughts Duhstymee woulda beens with um.
  • by Anonymous on Feb 27, 2012 at 09:30 AM
    Domestic terrorists....send to GITMO
  • by Anonymous Location: greenville on Feb 27, 2012 at 08:59 AM
    They may be well educated, but they are going to learn another very good lesson very soon. HA HA HA HA Don't steal from other people is a good lesson to learn.
  • by Armed Citizen Location: Greenville on Feb 27, 2012 at 08:34 AM
    They are lucky I wasn't shopping there that day. I carry a .45 caliber solution to this problem everywhere I go in this town. That way they wouldn't be sucking the life out of our system. We wouldn't be paying for their welfare or their 3 meals in the big house.
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      by cruel world on Feb 28, 2012 at 04:19 AM in reply to Armed Citizen
      Everyone so quick to judge, yet forget all sins are judged the same.Thou shall not steal nor kill!!Remember that, when judging one against another. We shouldn't have to worry about crime-everyone seems to be employed by the judicial system..At the end of the day, everyone have to suffer their own sins, find something else to do with your time instead of fighting wrong with wrong!! At this rate, the world will never change.
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        by shaylacooley on Mar 4, 2012 at 05:02 PM in reply to cruel world
        amen!!!
  • by dee on Feb 27, 2012 at 06:51 AM
    The courts need to tighten up and set some examples of these kids because they think robbing is a joke!
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