Police charged three teenagers and two minors with robbing 13 people and hurting at least one of them Thursday night during a brief crime spree on four streets in the city’s east side.
Police charged the adults and the two minors after officers tracked them to an area off Cheek Road, police spokesman Wil Glenn said Friday. Police said they also found three gun that they said were used in the hold-ups and a truck stolen in one of them.
The three teens were each charged with six counts of robbery with a dangerous weapon.
Dremar Jacques Webb, 18, Dexter Webb, 17, and Travion Nasir Jackson, 17, were held on $3 million bail each.
The two minors were referred to the Office of Juvenile Justice for action, Glenn said.
Jackson and Dremar Webb were each charged with one count of assault with a deadly weapon inflicting serious injury. Dexter Webb was charged with two counts.
Dremar Webb, convicted of assaulting a law enforcement officer in Cabarrus County in 2013, had been released from prison Aug. 12 and put on probation until next May.
The robberies happened in the 2400 block of Holloway Street, the 2800 block of Wedgedale Avenue, the 1500 block of Glenn School Road and the 500 block of Hardee Street, police reported.
Dremar Webb had been put on probation on Aug.
All of the robberies happened between 10:15 and 11:30, police said.
The people who were hurt were on Hardee Street.
Police reports say seven men were robbed of cash and cell phones in a parking lot on Holloway Street in the first incident, and the robbers took off in a 1997 truck.
About 10 minutes later, a 23-year-old woman was robbed on Wedgedale Avenue.
About 45 minutes after that, two men and woman were held up in the robbery on Hardee Street. Police did not disclose which two were hurt of how.
The robbers dropped the truck there.
The last robbery, on Glenn School Road, happened about 10 minutes later when a 19-year-old man and a 20-year-old woman were robbed in a parking lot.