Four arrests made in connection to theft

Published 9:32 pm Wednesday, August 6, 2014

The Troy Police Department working with the Brundidge Police Department arrested four individuals Wednesday afternoon.

Thelma Davis, 30, Quinton Ladale Johnson, 25, and Arlis K Wilson, 29, along with one female juvenile, are being charged with robbery first degree by the Brundidge Police Department and theft of property second degree by the Troy Police Department.

The robbery took place earlier Wednesday morning in Brundidge and the police department was notified of the incident. A patrolman came upon a vehicle around Pinckard Gas and Food on US Highway 231 in relation to the robbery, said Lt. Bryan Weed for the Troy Police Department.

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“We picked up two females at that time, one which was a juvenile,” Weed said. “A short time later, we were advised of two males walking in the area where the car was found.”

Two television sets were in the vehicle when the patrolman approached it, Weed said.

“They still had the devices on them that set off the alarms,” Weed said.

Davis, Johnson, and Wilson’s bond for the robbery first-degree charge from Brundidge Police Department is set for $50,000. The Troy Police Department set the bond for the theft second at $2,500.

The juvenile in question will go to juvenile court where it will be determined if she will be handed over to a juvenile detention center or to her parents or guardians, Weed said.

The Troy Police Department made another arrest while working with the Pike County Investigative Division. The police department had probable to receive a search warrant for Xezabeya Granberry. Granberry is being charged with possession of marijuana first.