Morning Crime Watch: Rite Aid Arrest, Robbery Indictment, Wanted Suspects

By: Various Sources (See Story)
By: Various Sources (See Story)

Rite Aid Robbery Arrest (News Release)
A suspect has been arrested in connection with robbing a pharmacy Friday, July 12th.

27-year-old Joshua Blocker allegedly covered his face and demanded Adderall medication from the Rite Aid on South Oates Street. An employee told him, "No."

Blocker then left and police found him shortly afterwards. Blocker faces third degree felony charges. His bond has not been set.


Two Men Indicted in Southeast Alabama Robberies (The Associated Press)
DOTHAN, Ala. (AP) -- A federal grand jury has indicted two Dothan men in a string of three armed robberies in southeast Alabama.
Reports say 25-year-old Milas Antwon Grant III and 33-year-old Throne Thomas Smiley were indicted this week.

The men are charged with holding up stores and gas stations in Cowarts, Enterprise and Ashford from April through June.

The men were arrested after DNA found on a pair of gloves used in a robbery in Mariana, Fla., led authorities to Grant.

Records show shots were fired during each of the three holdups in Alabama. Smiley suffered a gunshot wound to an arm after a clerk opened fire at a gas station in Ashford on June 8.


Wanted Dothan Suspects (News Release)
The Dothan Police Department wants you to be on the look out for two men.

Anthony Drake and Victor Mosley are wanted for criminal possession of a forged instrument. That means that they've taken some sort of check, credit card or other valuable item that does not belong to them.
They're both black males. Drake is 5'9' and weighs 186 pounds. Mosley is 5'10' and weighs 190 pounds.

If you see them, you're urged to contact the police department or CRIME STOPPERS at 793-7000.

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