Men accused of robbery spree

Police have charged three men with last week’s armed robbery at Burger King on Prince Charles Drive.

Maitland Thompson, 39, Demarco Miller, 37, and Ashwell Bain, 43, are accused of holding up the fast-food restaurant at gunpoint on July 15, and getting away with $656.

The men were caught in the Nassau Village area that day. Police allegedly recovered the stolen money and a 9mm pistol with four rounds of ammunition.

Prosecutors allege that Miller and Bain are responsible for a gunpoint robbery at John Chea Number 8 on Boyd Road. The assailants got away with $1,000.

Two days before the hold-up at Burger King, prosecutors allege that Miller robbed a woman of $250, the property of Woodlyn’s Beauty Salon.

On the same date, Miller and Bain are accused of robbing Little Caesars Pizza on East Street South of an unknown sum.

The men are also accused of robbing Sbarro’s Restaurant on West Bay Street on June 24 of $1,433. On the same date, Miller alone allegedly robbed D & M Wholesale of $62.

Bain and Moss are accused of robbing Sun Fun Resort of $225 on June 26.

They were not required to enter pleas to the charges when they appeared before Magistrate Samuel McKinney.

They were denied bail and return to court on October 1.

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Artesia Davis

Artesia primarily covers court stories, but she also writes extensively about crime.

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