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Friday, June 15, 2012

Suspect arrested in three robberies

Posted By on Fri, Jun 15, 2012 at 11:20 AM

All's well that end's well, I guess. Release from LRPD's Terry Hastings:

Two business robberies took place in the city last night. The Quality Inn on Mitchell Dr and the Shell Super Stop on I-30 were robbed by the same suspect. During this time Bryant also had a robbery of the Holiday Inn involving this same suspect. Patrol officers located the suspect at 7501 I-30. He was taken into custody without incident and identified as Angelo Miller. He has been charged with all three of these robberies. When he was interviewed by detectives he stated he has been robbing businesses in Central Arkansas for the past year because he has a cocaine habit. Detectives will be looking at our robberies to see how many he is responsible for and will charge accordingly.

Miller was arresed at a Motel 6, along with another suspect in the Bryant robbery.

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