A 20-year-old Raleigh man faces armed-robbery charges in holdups at two sweepstakes parlors in the city, making him the second person charged in each case.
Jordan Deion Mitchell, who listed an address of 4061 Northstone Drive when he was booked into the Wake County Detention Center, was charged with two counts of robbery with a dangerous weapon and two counts of conspiracy to commit that offense.
One count was for a Dec. 23 holdup at Paradise Bingo at 2620 S. Saunders St. and the other for a holdup Dec. 31 at the Magic Gold sweepstakes parlor at 4020 Capital Blvd.
Monday, police charged Darrell Alphonso Jordan, 24, of 701 Grantland Drive in Raleigh, with armed robbery in the Magic Gold case.
On Feb. 11, police charged Tyree Demetrius McMillan, 22, in the Paradise stickup.
Investigators ere looking Wednesday for two other people in the Magic Gold case and one of those in the Paradise robbery.
Mitchell was arrested Tuesday at the Wake County Justice Center, where he had come for an afternoon court hearing in connection with an arrest Feb. 27 on felony charges of breaking and entering, larceny and obtaining property by false pretenses.
A magistrate set Mitchell’s bail at $100,000 in addition to $20,000 for the Feb. 27 charges, and he was scheduled for a court appearance Wednesday. His next hearing in the earlier case was set for July 20.