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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