Two arrested in Shaw University robbery in Raleigh

From staff reportsOctober 21, 2013 

— Shaw University campus police have arrested two men on charges that they assaulted and robbed a man at the downtown Raleigh campus.

An arrest warrant filed Monday charged that Jeffrey Jerrell Head, 19, drove Adrian Warren and a third unidentified suspect to the university, where they assaulted and robbed a man. Both named suspects are charged with a misdemeanor assault of the victim inflicting serious injuries and a robbery-related charge.

The warrant for Head’s arrest accused him of hitting the man in the head and face, knocking him unconscious and continuing to hit him while he was on the ground, resulting in a black eye, a split lip, swollen nose and lacerations to the head.

The warrant filed Monday did not state how much property was taken or give biographical details about Warren. The robbery was reported to have occurred Oct. 15.

Head, of 1290 Mark Edwards Road in Goldsboro, is charged with felony aiding and abetting a common law robbery and misdemeanor assault inflicting serious injury. Warren is accused of common law robbery, assault inflicting serious injury, and possession of marijuana.

Head posted $10,750 bond on Monday, the day of his arrest. Warren, who was arrested Sunday, remained jailed on $30,500 bail.

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