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MPD takes down suspected robbery ring

Bryanna Stroud Bryanna Stroud
Christopher Coleman Christopher Coleman
Antwon Hardin Antwon Hardin

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MONTGOMERY, AL (WSFA) - Three suspects are being held at the Montgomery County Detention Facility after a string of robberies.  

Police took Bryanna Stround, 28, and Antwon Hardin, 23, both of Montgomery and Christopher Coleman, 27, of Pensecola, Florida into custody for the crimes.

Investigators say the suspects were involved in a Sunday, May 3 robbery of a man who had a flat tire on the Southern Boulevard. When the victim accepted a ride from the suspects, they threatened him with a stun gun and stole $90.00, a cellphone and a debit card.

Two more robberies were reported a week later on Sunday, May 10.

Around 3:30am that morning a man said he was at a lounge on Coliseum Boulevard when a woman asked him to come back to her apartment. When the man agreed, he said he was threatened by two men wielding a knife. The suspects took off with nearly $100, a watch, shoes and a debit card.

A third victim reported pulling into his home's driveway on Brantwood Drive only to find two men who threatened him with a gun. The suspects stole $127.00, a camera and several other items from the man.

Stroud and Coleman are being held on $180,000 bond each and Hardin is being held on a $120,000 bond.

Photos Courtesy: Montgomery Police Department 

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