Five Macon teenagers have been indicted in connection with a fall robbery spree in Macon.
Christopher Cantrell Williams, 19; Aaron Antonio Davis, 17; Antwoin Antonio Roberson, 18; and Kenneth Thomas, 16, were indicted Tuesday on one count of aggravated assault, one count of kidnapping, three counts of armed robbery and one count of hijacking a motor vehicle.
Roberson, Davis and Jeremy Antwon Taylor, 17, are charged with an additional count of armed robbery, according to court records.
Roberson, Davis and Taylor are accused of robbing the Mrs. Winner’s restaurant on Pio Nono Avenue Oct. 26, according to the indictment. Williams, Davis, Roberson and Thomas allegedly pistol-whipped and robbed a woman on Blount Street Nov. 1, and robbed a man on Hightower Road on Nov. 2, according to Macon police and court records.
On Nov. 2, Williams, Davis, Roberson and Thomas went to the Taco Bell on Eisenhower Parkway intending to rob the fast-food restaurant, but found the doors locked, prosecutor Nancy Scott Malcor said.
They allegedly robbed a man in the drive-through, hijacked his truck and tried to force him to drive away with them in the truck. Instead, the man jumped out of the truck, Malcor said.
The oldest teenagers are still being held at the Bibb County jail without bond, according to jail records. There was no record of Thomas at the jail.
Information from The Telegraph’s archives was used in this report.
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