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Pulaski arrest leads to charges in four robberies

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click to enlarge ROBBERY SUSPECT: Wynter Pugh
  • ROBBERY SUSPECT: Wynter Pugh
The Pulaski County sheriff's office reported the arrest of a suspect in a robbery today south of Little Rock that led to multiple charges.

A patrol sergeant spotted a car similar to the getaway vehicle in a robbery about 1 p.m. today of a Citgo Flash market at Bingham Road and Interstate 530. The deputy made a stop at Dixon Road and I-530- and arrested Wynter Pugh, 38, of North Little Rock, who was charged with aggravated robbery.

A news release from the sheriff's office said Pugh also was charged with a robbery Feb. 18 at the Exxon at Dixon Road and I-530. The sheriff's office also realized a potential connection with recent Sherwood robberies and police there have charged Pugh with two robberies, the release said.

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