Raleigh police charge four in Sunday robberies

From staff reportsJune 23, 2014 

— Police charged three men with robbing two people at gunpoint on Sunday and trying to rob two more, and they charged a 16-year-old with conspiracy in the same case.

Two of the men – Andre Jaquan Perkins, 20, of 4940 Pebble Beach Drive and Treyveon Devonte Fennell, 22, of 1101 Bakers Grove Way – also were accused of a June 15 robbery and an attempted robbery.

The third man charged in Sunday’s incidents was Mario Lamont Williams, 17, of 3524 Londonville Lane.

Larleick Rashaan Jones, 16, of 4236 Beacon Crest Way was charged with conspiracy to commit robbery with a dangerous weapon, but the warrant for his arrest did not specify what role detectives believe he played.

The stickups Sunday involved money and phones being taken from individuals, arrest warrants said.

The victims told police the robbers had a black handgun.

Perkins, Fennell and Williams were each charged with conspiring with the other two.

Bail for Perkins and Fennell was set at $2 million each, and Williams’ bail was $1.8 million.

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