Greensboro Police Make Arrests in Recent Commercial Robberies

Post Date:07/27/2018 9:10 PM
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Christian Eugene Sarpy
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Jaelin Mysteq Crowder
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Jelani Obiyanna Eloheem Dye
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Kalil Barrino

UPDATE (7/30/18 | 12:40 p.m.): The Chapel Hill Police Department has charged four people in connection with the armed robbery on July 23 at the CVS on Fordham Boulevard. Christian Eugene Sarpy, 19, of Greensboro, Jaelin Mysteq Crowder, 20, of Greensboro, Jelani Obiyanna Eloheem Dye, 18, of Greensboro, and Kalil Barrino, 18, of Greensboro, were charged with robbery with a dangerous weapon and conspiracy to commit robbery with a dangerous weapon and each received $100,000 secured bonds.

Previously released: The Greensboro Police Department, with the assistance of other agencies, arrested multiple suspects Friday, July 27, in connection with robberies in Greensboro and believed to be responsible for the armed robbery of the CVS in Chapel Hill on July 23. The Chapel Hill Police Department is working with the Greensboro Police Department in the investigation of the Chapel Hill robbery.

For details about the armed robbery, visit townofchapelhill.org/Home/Components/News/News/12569/22.

Additional information from the Greensboro Police Department:
The commercial robberies in Greensboro occurred at several CVS and Walgreens locations, and are believed to be related to multiple offenses throughout the state.

Friday's arrests occurred at three different locations in Greensboro.

These investigations are ongoing. No additional information is available at this time. Updates will be provided when they are available.

Anyone with information about the Chapel Hill incident is encouraged to call the Chapel Hill Police Department 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday at 919-968-2760 or Crime Stoppers at 919-942-7515. Calls to Crime Stoppers are confidential and the caller may remain anonymous. The caller may be eligible for a cash reward up to $2,000 for information that leads to arrest.

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