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Four Dallas men charged in connection with ATM robberies

Four Dallas men charged in connection with ATM robberies
EPPD
CrimeBeat

POSTED: Wednesday, February 5, 2014 - 12:14pm

UPDATED: Wednesday, February 12, 2014 - 10:45am

Four Dallas area men are behind bars after El Paso Police busted the men for allegedly robbing two Lower Valley convenience stores in January.

Police allege that Gregory Flemings, 27, Quinton Brown, 28, Jacolby McCoy, 27 and Keiraron Webb, 27, all from the Dallas area conspired to rob a 7-Eleven store located at 7949 Knights at 1:05 a.m. on January 22. As EPPD arrived on the scene, a second burglary call came in for the 7-Eleven store located at 295 Padres, just a little over three miles away.

Tactical and Patrol units arrived at the 7-Eleven on Padres as Flemings, Brown and McCoy were exiting the store and getting into their alleged getaway car, a grey Chevrolet HHR driven by Webb.

Officers were able to stop the car a short distance a way when all four men jumped out and fled on foot. Mission Valley Regional Command officers were able to catch Flemings and McCoy after a brief foot chase. Brown and Webb fled the area, but were apprehended by police several hours later.


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El Paso Police say that their investigation into the robberies revealed that the four men were allegedly working together to break into the 7-Eleven stores in order to break into the ATMs located inside of the stores. Investigators were able to recover evidence in connection with the burglaries inside the Chevrolet.

All four men were charged with two counts of Burglary of Building. McCoy had an additional parole violation and his bond was set at $40,000. Brown had a charge of engaging in organized criminal activity out of Lubbock, his bond was set at $50,000. Flemings' bond was set at $500,000 and Webb's bond was set at $40,000.

EPPD is continuing to investigate the burglaries and are currently assisting Dallas Police and Abilene Police with similar cases in their jurisdictions.

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