Two charged with felony robbery, conspiracy

From staff reportsJune 22, 2014 

— Police say three men worked together in the robbery of a Wendy’s restaurant and the endangerment of several customers on June 13.

William Thomas Perry, 29, who has listed addresses in Raleigh and Smithfield, and Wayne Martez Kornegay, 34, of Jonesville, each face charges of felony robbery with a dangerous weapon and felony conspiracy.

The warrants accuse Kornegay and Perry of endangering five people while robbing the Wendy’s at 8050 Ten-Ten Road, near Wake Tech Community College, of $300 by threatening to use a semiautomatic handgun. Both men were arrested June 20 by Fuquay-Varina police.

Other charges pending against Kornegay are felony eluding arrest with a motor vehicle, fraud, kidnapping, resisting a public officer and carrying a concealed gun. He was being held without a bond.

Perry also faces charges of kidnapping and failure to appear. He was being held under a total bond of $1,010,000.

Kornegay and Perry each were scheduled to appear in court Monday.

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