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April 18, 2014

Auto parts store robbed in Live Oak Tuesday - Full story

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Advance Auto Parts at1006 South Ohio Ave. was robbed at gunpoint Tuesday by four individuals. The suspects were caught and arrested and no injuries were reported, according to a report from the Live Oak Police Department. 

Arrested were: Justin Terrell James, 19, 820 SW 7th St., Live Oak, robbery with a firearm and conspiracy to commit robbery; Everette Maurice Jenkins, 23, same address, robbery with a firearm, conspiracy to commit robbery and possession of a firearm by a convicted felon; Jadese Antwann Taylor, 22, 505 Irvin Ave. SW, Live Oak, robbery with a firearm, conspiracy to commit robbery and possession of a firearm by a convicted felon; Donnie Anton Watson, 20, 606 Webb Drive, Live Oak, robbery with a firearm and conspiracy to commit robbery. 

Around 11:45 a.m. Tuesday, officers of the LOPD responded to the auto parts store in reference to an armed robbery. Once on scene it was determined that four black males rushed into the store armed with handguns and demanded money from the store clerks. When the clerks told the men they could not simply open the registers without a transaction, the gunmen became agitated and fled from the store on foot.

Good physical and clothing descriptions were given to responding officers who in turn relayed that to other patrol units.

A short time later, Corporal Investigator Donnie Brown of the Suwannee County Sheriff’s Office observed several subjects matching the descriptions get out of a small black car and into a white car, then drive east on US 90. After other units got in the area, a traffic stop was conducted on the white car at the intersection of Walker Avenue and US 90. During a search of the vehicle at the stop, clothing matching the robbery suspects was located as well as handguns matching as well. The four suspects were taken into custody for further investigation.

After several interviews with investigators, all of the subjects admitted to there involvements in the robbery. 

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