Robbery charges filed against Cary man in string of holdups
Posted June 5
Raleigh, N.C. — A Cary man has been charged in a string of May robberies along Capital Boulevard.
Zachary Mark Wohlman, 30, of 236 Dutchess Drive, was arrested along with Kyle Robert Fedus on May 11 in connection with a series of robberies over a two-week span involving a gunman wearing a skeleton mask.
Wohlman had only been charged with resisting a public officer, however, until warrants were issued Friday charging him with three counts each of robbery with a dangerous weapon and conspiracy to commit robbery with a dangerous weapon.
The latest charges involve the May 3 robberies of a Mona Pita Grill restaurant at 5260 Capital Blvd., a Subway restaurant at 6320 Capital Blvd. and a Dunkin Donuts at 8401 Capital Blvd.
The warrants state that Wohlman conspired with Phillip O'Shea in all three robberies. O'Shea, Wohlman's half-brother, was killed May 12 in a shootout with police in Florida.
Wohlman is being held in the Wake County jail under a $500,000 bond.
Fedus, 29, of 8621 Neuse Club Lane in Raleigh, is charged with misdemeanor larceny and obtaining property by false pretense.
More charges are expected as the investigation continues.