Three people have been arrested for their alleged roles in an armed robbery in north Columbus earlier this month.
Terrius Montai Armistad, 18, Kajarius Deon Anderson, 21, and Devin Deshon Tate, 21, all of Columbus, have each been charged with two counts of armed robbery. Anderson has also been charged with aggravated assault and shooting into a vehicle for a separate incident, Columbus Police Chief Fred Shelton said.
The robbery occurred after a victim let the three suspects into a locked house on Byrnes Circle on July 9, according to a Columbus Police Department press release. After entering the home, the suspects allegedly took a “small amount of cash” and other items from multiple victims at gunpoint.
No one was reported injured in the incident, the press release said.
Tate’s bond has been set at $400,000. Armistad, who had a burglary charge from a separate incident, and Anderson both had bonds set at $500,000. All three are in custody at Lowndes County Adult Detention Center.
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