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2 more suspects arrested in string of robberies

Charlotte-Mecklenburg police have charged two more suspects in a string of robberies across the city’s east and west sides.

The arrests this week of Jamison Fryer and Justice Patterson, both 17, bring the number of suspects charged in the robberies to five.

Fryer was charged with eight counts of robbery with a dangerous weapon, six counts of conspiracy to commit armed robbery, common law robbery and conspiracy to commit common law robbery.

Patterson was charged with five counts of robbery with a dangerous weapon, three counts of conspiracy to commit armed robbery, common law robbery and conspiracy to commit common law robbery.

On Sept. 26, police arrested and charged Leevon Kasmirr Haynie, 17; Creon Perkins Jr., 20; and DeMarcus Warren Singleton, 21.

Police said the arrests came after detectives in the Armed Robbery Unit noticed several similarities in a number of robberies.

Anyone with information about the case or suspects is asked to call Crime Stoppers at 704-334-1600.

Marusak: 704-987-3670; Twitter: @jmarusak
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