Macon man arrested in rolling armed robbery case

alopez@macon.comFebruary 20, 2014 


A call to Macon Regional Crime Stoppers led to the arrest of a man accused of robbing two men and cutting them Monday night.

Members of the Bibb County Sheriff’s Office Response Team and members of Middle Georgia Regional Fugitive Task Force located Robert Kyle Barthelemy, 20, at an address in west Bibb County, according to a sheriff’s office news release.

He is accused of inviting two friends to Macon on Monday night, taking a drive with them, then demanding money from them at knifepoint.

Officials found Barthelemy Thursday morning with two other men getting into a car and attempting to flee. After a short pursuit, all three were arrested without incident, the release stated.

Barthelemy had warrants for armed robbery, aggravated assault and a parole violation. Scott Michael Mander, 39, had a warrant for parole violation and had an additional law enforcement agency hold. Christopher Todd Potts, 22, is charged with fleeing and eluding, reckless driving, providing false information and probation violation. Potts also had an outstanding warrant for forgery. All three are being held without bond at the Bibb County jail.

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