FBI seeks help to nab two fugitives
Posted November 20, 2009 11:18 a.m. EST
Raleigh, N.C. — The FBI on Friday asked for public assistance to apprehend two men wanted in separate robberies.
Phillip Thomas "Scoob" Williams, 36, is wanted on a federal charge of unlawful flight to avoid prosecution on an attempted murder charge, while Jonathan Lamar "Sinatra" Davis, 25, is wanted in connection with a bank robbery.
Cary police say Williams shot a woman in the stomach on June 17, 2007, as she was making a making an ATM deposit at a Bank of America branch on Maynard Road. He then grabbed her deposit and fled to a waiting car outside Cary Towne Center, police said.
Terrance Adam Lyles, 33, and Travis Monique Price, 26, have already been charged in the case.
Raleigh police say Davis robbed a Wachovia bank branch on Six Forks Road on Jan. 14, 2008. During the hold-up, a teller was hit on the head with a shotgun, and the robber fired a shot into the ceiling, police said.
Anyone with information on either Williams or Davis is asked to call the Charlotte Division of the FBI at 704-377-9200.