One of two men, who police say beat and robbed a Greenville man in an attack that was caught on camera, has admitted to the crime.
Kemauri Bond pleaded guilty this morning to common law robbery and was sentenced to serve 8 to 19 months in jail. An assault charge was dropped as a result of a plea deal.
Police say the 16-year-old Bond and Jordan Williams were caught on camera robbing 62-year-old Ray Wooten as he left the Kangaroo Convenience Store at Evans Street and Arlington Boulevard back in October.
Assistant District Attorney Kimberly Robb says once the media aired the video, a school resource officer at J.H. Rose High School recognized Bond, who was a sophomore at the school.
The judge gave Bond credit for time already served and told him when released from custody he could not have any gang affiliation.
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Greenville Police made a second arrest Thursday for the assault and robbery of a 62-year-old man Monday night.
20-year-old Jordan Williams was arrested Thursday on charges of Common Law Robbery and Assault for his role in the October 10th attack on a man outside the Kangaroo convenience store at 2105 S. Evans St. T
The other suspect, 16-year-old Kemauri Bond, was arrested Wednesday on the same charges for his role in the attack.
It didn't take long for police to identify two people they say jumped and robbed a man outside of a Greenville convenience store. The whole thing was caught on camera.
Kemauri Bond has been charged with common law robbery and simple assault, while police are still looking for Jordan Williams.
Police say tips to Pitt-Greenville CrimeStoppers helped them identify the two who are accused of robbing 62-year-old Ray Wooten as he left the Kangaroo Convenience Store at Evans Street and Arlington Boulevard Monday evening.
The 16-year-old Bond was arrested Wednesday and jailed on a $25,000 bond. Police say Williams, who last known address was on Fleming Street, has friends in the Hopkins Park area.
Anyone who knows the whereabouts of Williams should call Greenville police.
The search is on for two men police say assaulted and robbed a 62 year old Greenville man as he left a convenience store. The whole thing was caught by a store surveillance camera.
Police say Roy Wooten was assaulted outside the Kangaroo Convenience Store at the corner of Evans St. and Arlington Blvd. in Greenville. The crime was reported at 7:20 p.m. Monday.
Police say the two men waited inside the store for several minutes for the assault; detectives believe they may have been watching different customers before they decided on who to rob. The robbers followed Wooten out of the store, and the assault began, police say.
The store clerk chased the attackers away. A police canine tracked the robbers but did not locate them. Police did recover Wooten's wallet in a nearby parking lot.
Police ask anyone who can identify the men in the surveillance picture or video to call Detective Elias at (252) 329-4705. You may also call CrimeStoppers at (252) 758-7777.
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