MPD Arrest One for Robbery; Searching for Second Suspect

MPD Arrest One for Robbery; Searching for Second Suspect

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Mobile Police have arrested one man for robbery in Mobile. Police are looking for a second suspect who was also involved in the robbery.

Police say on June 21 around 2:10 in the afternoon, a 19-year-old victim was walking near Johnson Avenue and Bankhead Street. Police say a green Ford Explorer with two people inside of it stopped near the victim. A male subject got out of the passenger side of the Explorer and demanded money from the victim.

The suspect and victim began fighting and the victim sustained a contusion above his right eye. During the fight, the driver of the vehicle identified as Carl Timmons, exited the vehicle and kicked the victim several times.

The two suspects reentered the vehicle and fled the scene with the victim's cell phone. Carl Timmons was located on Cameron Street and arrested for Robbery Second Degree.

Detectives have identified the second male subject and will sign warrants for his arrest.

 

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