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4 arrested in robberies of Troy victim

L-R Brittney Knox; Whitney Youngblood; William Jeater; Kennith George (Source: Troy Police Dept.) L-R Brittney Knox; Whitney Youngblood; William Jeater; Kennith George (Source: Troy Police Dept.)

The Troy Police Department has made four arrests in connection with two robberies of the same person Tuesday night, according to information released by Chief Jimmy Ennis. The robberies may be connected, but authorities are not currently sure.

Troy Police Department Detectives obtained felony warrants on three suspects in connection with the robbery that happened in the 100 Block of Rose Circle.

The suspects are identified as 29-year-old Kennith Earl George of Montgomery, 25-year-old Whitney Victoria Youngblood of Troy and 23-year-old Brittney Marisha Knox of Troy. Each is now charged with robbery 1st degree. George is also charged with shooting into an occupied vehicle.

Both George and Youngblood were taken into custody in Montgomery Wednesday afternoon.   Knox was placed under arrest in Troy approximately an hour later.

All three suspects will be processed through the Troy City Jail and transported to the Pike County Jail to make bond. George has a total bond of $60,000, Youngblood has a bond of $50,000 and Knox has a bond of $50,000.

The Troy Police Department also arrested 27-year-old William Cortez Jeater of Troy who is now charged with robbery 2nd degree in connection with the robbery of the same victim from Rose Circle. Police say Jeater committed the strong arm robbery of the victim in the parking lot of the BP Gas Station on North 3 Notch Street. He was processed at the Troy City Jail and transported to the Pike County Jail on $5,000 bond. 

Troy police say it is unclear if the two robberies are connected but the case is still under investigation.

INFORMATION SOURCE: Troy Police Dept.               

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