Man Charged In String of Robberies
By Davis Law Firm | August 15, 2017
A 28-year-old Trenton man has been charged in a string of robberies that occurred in Ewing and Trenton. All four robberies that he has been charged with occurred over a short period of time in July from the 7th to the 20th.
He’s been arrested and charged with several counts of weapons offenses and robbery. One of the robberies occurred at an Ewing Foot Locker where the suspect told the clerk, “Don’t make this a homicide” before breaking open the registers to steal the cash inside. The footage from this robbery is what investigators say helped the public to identify him as the suspect, and allowed them to bring him in stopping any future robberies.
He also is accused of robbing two gas stations and a Dunkin Donuts in Trenton. A witness at the first gas station robbery noted that he had been armed with a handgun during the robbery. Police detectives from Trenton were able to identify that their suspect was the same man as the robbery in Ewing at the Foot Locker, and an arrest warrant was issued for him before he was finally taken into custody.
Everyone makes mistakes in life, as that’s just a part of life. Sometimes one choice can lead a person down a bad path to the point where they do something that they shouldn’t have done, whether that’s committing a crime or being in the wrong place at the wrong time. While people can make mistakes, they can also defend themselves in a court of law when a circumstance goes bad.
Everyone has the right to an attorney, and speaking with an experienced criminal law attorney can help you to turn a dark time in your life around by seeking out the most optimal outcome. Contact the Davis Law Firm today to discuss your case.