Three individuals arrested in connection to a weekend robbery appeared in court Monday morning.
The suspects, Christopher Giles and Darion Landrum both pled not guilty to first-degree robbery Monday. Police said they forced their way into the store Saturday morning, and Giles held up the clerk at gunpoint. Police spotted their getaway car at Giles' apartment complex just a few blocks away, and soon determined which apartment they were hiding in.
Ultimately, police kicked in the door and arrested them. They also arrested Anna Spearman as an accessory to the crime. She originally told police the men were not in the apartment. She also pleaded not guilty.
Police say the robbers only got away with three gaming systems and several video games.
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