Accomplice charged with former football standout facing robbery charges
DOTHAN, Ala. (WTVY) -A former Enterprise High School standout already facing two robbery charges has confessed to three others, per sources.
Police claim 19-year old Romaine McFarland, using a handgun, robbed a Dothan convenience store twice, once in December and again Wednesday.
He was arrested shortly after the second holdup and, per investigators, confessed he stole cash and merchandise from LoLo’s Mini Mart. Some of that merchandise and the suspected weapon have been recovered.
McFarland also confessed to committing three robberies in Enterprise, according to sources.
McFarland, who played safety and cornerback for the Wildcats, graduated last year.
EPD Detectives also arrested and charged Tyrone Kinsiya Clark Jr., age 18, of Enterprise, AL with two counts of Robbery 1st degree. McFarland and Clark were suspects in Enterprise gas station robberies this month. EPD Detectives executed a search warrant on Clark’s residence and recovered stolen property from the robberies.
McFarland and Clark are currently in the Coffee County Jail.
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