Two Enterprise High School students who are brothers and a recent graduate are facing felony charges.
Police say the teenagers targeted people living in predominantly Hispanic trailer parks across the city.
18-year-old Kevin Frazier along with Dewey and Shawn Gibson allegedly used a BB gun pistol to rob their victims.
Authorities say the Hispanics were targeted for a specific reason
“The potential for a robbery for someone to get injured is very high. In this case the suspects could have easily been injured and when you look at it the victims could have also been injured,” said Capt. Mike Lolley of Enterprise Police Dept.
Frazier faces four-counts of first-degree robbery. 17-year-old Dewey faces four-counts, and 16-year-old Shawn Gibson faces one count.
Additional arrests are expected in the case.
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