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.
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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