Man, 14-year-old charged in Fayetteville robbery spree
Posted November 15, 2011
Fayetteville, N.C. — A Fayetteville man and a 14-year-old have been charged in a string of armed robberies in Fayetteville, police said Tuesday.
Christopher Stewart Wilson, 32, of Weeping Willow Way, was charged with four counts each of conspiracy to commit armed robbery and contributing to the delinquency of a minor. He was being held in the Cumberland County jail under a $600.000 bond.
The juvenile, whose name wasn't released because of his age, was charged with six counts each of kidnapping, robbery with a dangerous weapon and conspiracy to commit robbery with a dangerous weapon. He was being held the Cumberland County jail.
Investigators said both Wilson and the 14-year-old robbed the First Citizens Bank branch at 126 Broadfoot Ave.on Monday, First South Bank branches at 241 Green St. and 705 Executive Place on Nov. 7 and the First Citizens branch on Bragg Boulevard on Nov. 4.
The juvenile also robbed the Kangaroo convenience store at 1208 Bragg Blvd. on Oct. 30 and the Shortstop convenience store at 3400 Ramsey St. on Oct. 29, police said.
Marvin Rashaad Cummings, 21, of 1220 Weeping Willow Way, was arrested two weeks ago in connection with the two convenience store robberies, as well as robberies at two gas stations, a third convenience store and an RBC Bank branch between Oct. 27 and Nov. 1.