Task force arrests seven Fayetteville robbery suspects
Posted August 28, 2010
Fayetteville, N.C. — A task force including U.S. marshals and Fayetteville police officers have arrested seven suspects who had been wanted in robberies during August.
The Violent Fugitive Task Force made five of the arrests this week during an operation targeting high-risk or elusive suspects, police said.
Among those arrested was Nicholas Deanglo Locke, who is a suspect in the Oct. 30, 2009, shooting death of a Florida man in Fayetteville.
Police said that Locke was arrested last Sunday on charges armed robbery. He was granted a $52,000 secured bond.
He had been released from jail the previous Friday after serving a nine-month sentence on a post-release revocation, according to state Department of Correction records. Previously, he was imprisoned from December 2007 to August 2009 after being convicted of conspiracy to commit armed robbery and assaulting an officer.
While in prison, Locke racked up 29 infractions, including one for escape and four for assaulting staff members, DOC records show.
The fugitive task force also arrested and charged:
- Jamall Joseph Miller, 19, of 3826 Glencorra Drive: one count of common-law robbery
- James Jamel Roper, 37, of 4800 Kahn Road in Lumberton: one count of common-law robbery
- Darius Jerome Bradley, 21, of 3607 Ireland Drive: one count of robbery with a dangerous weapon
- Fiona Desma Robinson, 22, of 1617 Gibson Street: one count of robbery with a dangerous weapon
- Raquel Milagros Rodriguez, 22, of 519 Adams St.: one count each of aiding and abetting robbery with a dangerous weapon, assault inflicting serious injury and conspiracy to commit robbery with a dangerous weapon
- Robin Earl White, 18, of 714 Amber Drive: one count of robbery with a dangerous weapon
Bradley received a $25,000 secured bond, Roper $5,500 secured bond and Robinson $5,000 secured bond. Bail information wasn't given for the other suspects.
Robinson was arrested in May on charges of assault on a child and simple assault and on a larceny charge in Guilford County in December, according to police records. DOC records show that she was convicted of larceny in Wake County in 2008.
Roper has three previous larceny convictions in Moore and Hoke counties, according to DOC records.