Six charged with robbing NCSU student
Posted November 7, 2013
Raleigh, N.C. — Six people were arrested Thursday in connection with the robbery of a North Carolina State University student a week ago, campus police said.
Police said several men approached the student in the parking lot of E.S. King Village near the intersection of Gorman and Jackson streets on Oct. 31. They assaulted the student and took his cellphone and other personal items before fleeing on foot down Jackson Street away from campus.
E.S. King Village is an apartment complex serving juniors, seniors, graduate students, students with families, post-doctoral students, visiting faculty and scholars at N.C. State.
Campus police canvassed nearby neighborhoods and posted checkpoints along with Raleigh police, which they said developed evidence that led to Thursday's arrests.
Wanya Malik Whitley, 17, and Joclyn Lenee Mosby, 16, both of 4224 Kaplan Drive, and Camden Thomas Seymour, 16, of 718 Atwater St., were charged with robbery. Seymour also was charged with assault and trespassing, and Whitley also was charged with carrying a concealed weapon and trespassing.
Three juveniles also will be charged with robbery in the case, and one of them will be charged with assault as well, police said.
Investigators said they haven't found evidence linking any of the six to an Oct. 29 robbery of another N.C. State student near Carmichael Gym.