NEW INFO: Four Charged With Several Fast Food Armed Robberies

Four people have been arrested on charges of felony robbery with a dangerous weapon and are now in the Pitt County Detention Center under a $1 million dollar bond each.

Court documents say the four are charged with several of the armed robberies at area fast food restaurants in Eastern Carolina.

Trevin Gibson of Greenville is charged with robbing Burger King on Memorial Drive on 12/30/11 and Bojangles on Farmville Blvd. in Greenville on 11/17/11.

Marcus Garrett of Greenville is charged with robbing the Burger King on Memorial Drive on 12/30/11 and the KFC in Greenville on 1/6/12.

Prentise Wilkins of Williamston is charged with robbing Burger King on Memorial Drive on 12/30/11 and the KFC in Greenville on 1/6/12.

Dashuan Spruill of Robersonville is charged with robbing Burger King on Memorial Drive on 12/30/2011 and Bojangles on Farmville Blvd. in Greenville on 11/17/11.

According to online reports the four were booked on Saturday.

A Greenville Police spokesman says they are not commenting on these arrests at this time.

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  • by Joe Blue Location: pitt county on Feb 12, 2012 at 12:37 PM
    Get out and get a job you sorry excuses for men
  • by Anonymous Location: martin co on Feb 8, 2012 at 10:57 AM
    i know one of these kinda surprised me when i heard the news...i felt sorry 4 him cuz i all ways thought he was a good guy...but then i hear that he had pics on face book with a lot of money and a gun in his hand and i heard that they got him on camera taken his mask dude u are stupid..if ur gonna be a criminal at least be good at it after i heard that i have no pity for him cuz not only is he a criminal but he is a dumba**
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      by me on Feb 22, 2012 at 09:29 AM in reply to
      i dont know where you live but in my town, we got thugs of every color, every kinda upbringing, on welfare/not on welfare. Its all about choices & suffering the consequences for the bad choices thats how it was when I was growing up. I made some bad choices growing up & some after I was grown. Each time I did, I had to ask myself "Is it worth the consequences"/"Was it worth the consequences" thats common since. There are rules for a reason. You may not always understand or agree but you can pretty much figure out what the outcome will be. Too many kids(all colors& backgrounds)growing up feeling entitled & with all kinds of excuses, & lets not forget laziness. We all know better. Too many folks enabling these kids with slack punishment, even the judicial system. I got kids too. I teach them right from wrong tell em what they gonna get for bad choices, then it on them. When they whining bout the punishment for they bad behavior, I tell them they wont whining when they made the choice, now quit whining while they suffer the consequences.
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        by Anonymous on Feb 29, 2012 at 09:08 PM in reply to me
        You said you have made bad choices while growing up and now as an adult. Your comment started off good, but then you change. Did you feel entitled when you were making these choices? Seems like to me you have not learned your lesson as an adult, so you really shouldn't be preaching to your kids if they are following your lead.
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      by Witness on Mar 13, 2012 at 03:12 AM in reply to
      He isn't a good guy! This should prove that!
  • by to Witn Moderator on Feb 3, 2012 at 04:40 PM
    And I really would like to know. You have rules, but you don't seem to abide by them. You allow these worthless people to make rude comments and you sit back and laugh or agree. So why do you have rules? You continue to cause a stir with people who are already racist towards different racial groups. Either follow your rules or let everyone post what they want not just one group of people.
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      by Witness on Mar 13, 2012 at 03:13 AM in reply to to Witn Moderator
      Maybe your dial up didn't go through!
  • by hmmmm Location: OBX on Feb 2, 2012 at 11:08 PM
    Take them off the coast of Hatteras about 5 miles and see how good they can swim.
  • by ridiculous on Feb 2, 2012 at 10:10 PM
    after reading only half of these ridiculous comments its safe to say that a lot of yall are beyond ignorant especially the ones saying Kfc needs better cameras. what does better cameras have to do with anything? these 4 didn't know whether or not any of the cameras were on or even worked. Just take the time to think ....what if that was you with a gun to your head and being forced to the ground not knowing whether or not you would be able to see your family again. So before talking stupid try walking in the footsteps of somebody that was on that ground and not knowing what the next min holds. I'm sure your prospectives would change.
  • by Anonymous on Feb 2, 2012 at 09:23 AM
    I wonder which one will flip first?
  • by Anonymous on Feb 1, 2012 at 11:52 PM
    to "White People Are Just Racist" No I mean scary idiots.
  • by Luis Location: Greenville on Feb 1, 2012 at 05:53 AM
    Finally some progress . Thank you.
  • by Anon on Feb 1, 2012 at 05:06 AM
    The fact is four ADULTS made very bad choices and will now have to face the consequences. Maybe some had good upbringings, maybe some finished school, and maybe some did not. Those points are irrelevant. It doesn't matter if they are black or white or Hispanic, they are now off the street and behind bars where they belong. To everyone making excuses for them and saying they deserve a second chance, take a minute to remember the pregnant young lady that worked at a Flying Biscuit in Charlotte. Her co worker, out on parole for a larceny conviction, murdered her. What would she say about second chances if she could? What about her second chance? She doesn't get one. These fellas had their chance. They know right from wrong and they chose wrong.
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      by Anonymous on Feb 1, 2012 at 11:51 PM in reply to Anon
      The difference is her co-worker murdered her. I wish people would stop making comparison to other stories. Totally different situation.
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        by anon on Feb 2, 2012 at 04:12 AM in reply to
        You completely missed the point. The point was the "second chance". The guy that murdered his co-worker was on his second chance.
  • by unknown Location: greenville on Jan 31, 2012 at 09:20 PM
    Some of these young people have made mistakes in their lives. But what doesn't help is the notorious Jailbird with this publication at large these young people don't have a chance to get a job. No one wants to hire them even if they have done their time. So back to the crime they go in order to survive. Look at the Jailbird before you look at the families and churches.
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      by Anonymous on Feb 1, 2012 at 04:33 AM in reply to unknown
      I am glad that people hiring know they are criminals. Most job applications actually ask you if you have been convicted.
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        by Anonymous on Feb 1, 2012 at 09:08 PM in reply to
        Wrong!! I know this guy who killed his girlfriend and now he is out working a state job. They will be able to obtain a job when they are out.
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          by Anonymous on Feb 2, 2012 at 09:25 AM in reply to
          Which state job?
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          by Anonymous on Feb 2, 2012 at 05:19 PM in reply to
          It does not matter he is working for the state.
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      by Formerly O.L.I. on Feb 1, 2012 at 02:03 PM in reply to unknown
      No excuse. Don't drag church into it. They pay for their first bad choice, the first time; it's called 'a deterrent'. Many, many people don't rob at gunpoint, or attempt to kill another person to learn their 'first lessons' in life. When all of us are growing up, we are taught certain values/principles, and respect. Some people just think dissing all that is cooler than trying to conform to society and finish school/get a job/be responsible. So, that argument is lame. How about this? If you DON'T want your photo in the Jailbird, don't do crimes. Eh boys and girls?

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