Four Charlotte men face charges in Cabarrus County in connection with an armed robbery early last Friday at a CVS store in Harrisburg, the sheriffs office says.
Cabarrus County sheriffs detectives say the robbery was reported about 4 a.m. at the CVS on N.C. 49 South.
A caller told authorities two men robbed the store at gunpoint and stole a vehicle from an employee.
Deputies say they spotted a vehicle fitting the description of the stolen car a short time later on Robinson Church Road, near Britley Lane. Two other vehicles and two other men were found, along with the two robbery suspects.
Investigators say deputies found stolen property and a weapon fitting the description of the gun used in the robbery.
Deputies say Xavier Lamar Snow and Keith OBrian Hampton Jr. were both charged with two counts of felony robbery with a firearm; one count of second-degree kidnapping; one count of maintaining a vehicle for storage or sale of a controlled substance; six counts of trafficking a controlled substance; one count of felony possession of Oxycontin, and one count of felony possession of morphine.
Each man was jailed under $750,000 bond, deputies say.
Authorities say Travonta Lamont Ingram was charged with one count of felony robbery with a dangerous weapon; one count of maintaining a vehicle for storage or sale of a controlled substance; six counts of trafficking a controlled substance; one count of possession of morphine; and one count of felony possession of Oxycontin.
Ingram was jailed under $500,000 bond.
Montrez Rashad McCaskill was charged with felony robbery with a dangerous weapon and was jailed under $10,000 bond, investigators say.
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