The arrests of Navon Harris, Devin Johnston and Antonio Simmons came after a state Highway Patrol traffic stop of a vehicle matching the description of one used in the Lucky Dollar robbery, which occurred shortly after 8 a.m. Saturday.
The stop in the area of Highway 48 and Hyacinth Lane in the Roanoke Rapids area occurred a few hours after the robbery.
Chief Deputy Scott Hall of the Halifax County Sheriff’s Office said in a statement today several items used in the robbery were found, including a .380 handgun discovered by sheriff’s office Lieutenant S. Casey.
Sheriff’s office Detective Travis Clark lodged the following charges:
Harris — aid and abet armed armed robbery; conspiracy to commit robbery with a dangerous weapon and carrying a concealed weapon. He received a $20,000 secured bond.
Johnston — robbery with a dangerous weapon; assault by pointing a gun; conspiracy to commit robbery with a dangerous weapon. He received a $35,000 secured bond.
Simmons — aid and abet armed robbery; conspiracy to commit robbery with a dangerous weapon; carrying a concealed weapon and possession of a firearm by felon.
Simmons was also served orders for arrest which include an unrelated misdemeanor larceny count. The total of the bonds for the orders were $1,400 secured and the bond for the Saturday armed robbery was $25,000 secured.
The men have June 6 court dates.