Raleigh high school student charged in robbery

From staff reportsNovember 9, 2012 

Luis Felipe Dominguez


— A 16-year-old Sanderson High School student was added Friday to two other men charged with armed robbery and conspiracy in a Nov. 1 theft of a car and other items.

About 2:20 a.m., Raleigh police arrested Luis Filipe Dominguez of 3108 Nancy Lane in Raleigh.

They charged Dominguez with robbery with a dangerous weapon, conspiracy to commit that offense and first-degree kidnapping.

They had lodged the same charges against Raleigh apartment-mates Victor Hugo Arriaga, 26, and Sergio Lopez Reyna, 26, earlier this week.

Like them, Dominguez is from Mexico, and federal immigration officials issued a notice that they wanted to check his legal status in the United States.

Dominguez, listed on his arrest report as a Sanderson student, was freed on a $125,000 bond, Wake County Sheriff’s Office records showed.

The charges all stem from an incident in which a Chevrolet Envoy was taken along with a man’s gold ring and a wallet.

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