Dothan Stand-off Over Video Games

A man is behind bars tonight after robbing his friend.
We first you told you about this story Sunday night.
Officers say close to 14-hundred dollars is still missing after a Dothan man robbed someone he invited into his own home.
Dothan police say this man, 33 year old Kamal Russaw, invited another man into his home last night to play video games.
But it soon went from playing to gambling.
The victim went to take out money, and Russaw saw the victim had a lot of money.

"They were betting on video games basically. He stated he took some money out of his pocket. The resident of the house Kammel Russaw and another unidentified black male, saw the amount of money he had on him. They pulled guns on him and demanded his money which he turned over to them. He fled the residence." Dothan Police Lieutenant Will Benny said.

The victim called police, and when they pulled up on the scene, a thirty minute standoff started.
Just when officers went to call in their S-R-T unit, Russaw surrendered
They are still looking for the other suspect.
Russaw is charged with first degree robbery and certain persons forbidden to carry a firearm.
His bonds total more than 55-thousand dollars.

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