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Man arrested in north Raleigh robberies

Posted December 12, 2013

Jimmy Christopher Carden
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— A Raleigh man was arrested Thursday in connection with a string of robberies and attempted robberies in north Raleigh, police said.

Jimmy Christopher Carden, 42, of 4004 Wingate Drive, was charged with three counts of robbery with a dangerous weapon, one count of common law robbery and two counts of attempted common law robbery.

The charges stem from the following incidents:

  • An Oct. 28 robbery of a Kerr Drugs store at 4411 Six Forks Road
  • A Nov. 4 robbery of a Subway restaurant at 4003 Wake Forest Road
  • A Nov. 7 robbery of an Ace Hardware store at 6196 Falls of Neuse Road
  • A Nov. 29 robbery of Cameron Clothing Co., at 4351-11 The Circle at North Hills Drive
  • The attempted robberies of Raleigh Gold Estate Jewelry, at 6301-A Falls of Neuse Road, and a Rite Aid pharmacy at 6325 Falls of Neuse Road last Saturday.

In each case, police said, a man handed a note to an employee demanding money. He also displayed a weapon in at least two of the holdups. Last Saturday, he left both businesses without taking any money.

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  • luxurytravel Dec 13, 2013

    Criminal record dating back to 1994, and never served a SINGLE day in jail. Wow, our justice system is such a joke.

  • gobbledygook Dec 13, 2013

    "Last Saturday, he left both businesses without taking any money."

    bawk bawk bawk

  • Phyxius1 Dec 12, 2013

    Obamacare for one and all. I`m pretty sure you could call these 4-robberies and 2 attempted ones in North Raleigh general area. Gun was displayed in at least 2 of the robberies. Make sure to lock your doors and hide the jewels as this was in your backyard. None of these robberies were in Durham and the person was a Raleigh resident to boot...Good job RPD for catching the guy and getting him off the street. Hope the courts don't have him back out soon.

  • SmileAndNod Dec 12, 2013

    Busy man