MONTGOMERY, Ala. (AP) - Police say employees of a fast food
restaurant in Montgomery received a scare Monday when a gunman
forced them into a cooler.
Montgomery police Captain Huey Thornton said the robbery
happened just before 9:30 a.m. at a Long John Silver's on the
city's west side.
Two suspects, 19-year-old Johnny Davis and 22-year-old Tavian
Jackson, both of Montgomery, were apprehended during a traffic
Both were charged with first-degree robbery.
An employee also was implicated in the crime. Thornton said
21-year-old Gevonte Davis allegedly allowed the suspects to enter
the eatery through a rear door.
All three are jailed on $75,000 bond each.
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