Independence and Eastway Divisions arrest suspects for multiple felonies

4/14/2018

Saturday, April 14, 2018,

On Thursday, April 12, 2018, at 11:11 am, Independence Division officers responded to the 7300 block of Creekwood Quorum Drive in reference to a robbery call for service.  Upon arrival, officers located a male victim who advised he had gotten into his vehicle when 3 suspects entered his vehicle and demanded his belongings.  The victim advised he attempted to flee from his vehicle when he got into a physical struggle with one of the suspects and the suspects were unable to get any of the victim's belongings.  The suspects then fled the area on foot. 

​On Friday, April 13, 2018, Independence Officers initiated a voluntary contact with individuals fitting the initial description of the suspects given by the victim.  On April 12, the officers were able to retrieve video surveillance of the suspects and they were wearing the exact same clothes on April 13.  Officers voluntarily transported the individuals to the Independence Division team office where they were interviewed by detectives.  During the interviews, detectives determined that the individuals had also stolen a vehicle from the Eastway Division on April 13th and committed several larceny from autos in the Eastway Division.  The individuals were subsequently arrested and charged with the following crimes:

 

  • Jordan Fry, 8-2-2001 -  charged with Common Law Robbery, conspiracy, two counts of larceny from auto and larceny of motor vehicle
  • Juvenile – charged with Common Law Robbery, conspiracy, two counts of larceny from auto
  • Juvenile – charged with Common Law Robbery, conspiracy, two counts of larceny from auto

A secure custody order was signed on both juveniles and they were transported to a juvenile detention center. 

 

Complaint numbers for the associated reports:

2018-0412-111100 – common law robbery

2018-0413-075904 – larceny from auto

2018-0413-110602 – larceny of auto

2018-0413-130602 – larceny from auto

 

Anyone with information concerning this case or the suspects is asked to call Crime Stoppers at 704-334-1600.  To learn more about the Crime Stoppers please visit http://charlottecrimestoppers.com/.   

 

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