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Monday, May 18, 2009

 

Man calls 9-1-1 to report robbery of drug money

Port Orange man calls 9-1-1 to report robbery of drug money

By JULIE MURPHY
Staff Writer

 

The men even called 9-1-1 to have deputies help them recover the money.

"Yeah I was scared," said Wesley Fehl of Port Orange. "I had two guns pointed at my head."

Fehl, 22, said Tuesday by phone that he and Kenneth Jones, 20, South Daytona, drove to a house on Sunset Boulevard near Holly Hill about 6:30 p.m. Monday to buy marijuana from two acquaintances of Jones.

"They invited me inside the house so they could do this," he said. "They both jumped me. My buddy had walked outside. When he came back in they threw him to the ground."

By then, Fehl had already been relieved of the $12,000, his wallet, and cell phone. Jones' acquaintances ran out of the house and drove off.

Fehl and Jones jumped into their own vehicle, drove after their assailants and called 9-1-1 to report the robbery, sheriff's spokesman Gary Davidson said in a written report.

"I was just held at gunpoint trying to buy drugs. We're following the dude right now," the caller told a Sheriff's Office dispatcher


The dispatcher urged the men not to follow the car and put themselves in further danger, Davidson said.

"But he's got my money," the caller said. "I don't want him to get away with my money."

Fehl still feels that way.

"I don't think police have gone back to the house yet," he said. "As far as they know, they aren't in trouble. And, I want my money back."

But investigators followed up, Davidson said. Suspects were identified and after warrants were issued for their arrest, the home was raided.

Craig Anthony Williams, 34, who lives in the house, was arrested and charged with one count of armed robbery. He was being held at the Volusia County Branch Jail with no bail allowed Tuesday night.

Investigators continue to look for Lavarus Peterkin, 29, Daytona Beach. He is described as about 6-foot-1, 175 pounds, with black hair, brown eyes and a tattoo on his right hand.

Because the investigation is ongoing, Davidson would not say if deputies found marijuana in the house when it was searched. He didn't know if the guns had been recovered.

While all of the men have criminal records, Fehl's is the longest and includes drug-related arrests, according to court records.

Pending the completion of the investigation, charges could be filed against the victims -- including a third man, Patrick Marsh, 22, Lake Helen, who was not with Fehl and Jones but reportedly supplied the money, Davidson said.

"We're still evaluating everyone's actions," he said Tuesday.


Comments:
ROFLMAO!!!

What dummies there are in the general public. Blame this on the school systems we have now. I remember when I was in the 7th grade and we had a class that taught self reliance and critical thinking. Like to see some of that put back into the school systems to help dummies like this get a grip on life.

Drugs, drinking and being stupid won't get you to an old age unless you do those things in your own home and pass out until morning, keeps you out of a lot of trouble.


I told my friends that there was going to be a great deal of trouble a few years ago with robbery, people in dire need to support their families, home invasions, daylight robberies of people just going to the market. I still see dark streets.....

Being online as long as I have there are things that can't be said unless a backlash of members complaints come your way. It seems that most onliners love the idea of make believe, they come online to escape the real life, they don't want to know or hear about real life.   What I see in the coming months isn't pretty, and I'll keep it to myself so as to not burst the bubble that others have created to escape the real world. Just a few last words, prepare yourself.
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