Armed Robbery At Brundidge Gas Station Leads To 4 Arrests

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By Sarah Cantey

 Four people are behind bars in connection with an armed robbery at a gas station in Brundidge. 

 
It happened at the Chevron Station off U.S. Highway 231 just after 2  a.m. Wednesday.
 
Police say two men, one masked with a shotgun, demanded the cashier get on the floor. 
 
They got away with money and cigarettes but police say their red Jeep was caught on surveillance. Troy police later came across the car when the driver said they ran out of gas. 
 
That driver Thelma Davis, Quinton Johnson, Arlis Wilson and a juvenile were later arrested. 
 
Brundidge Police Chief Moses Davenport said, "I've earned since then they have maybe been involved in a whole lot of other stuff. Including Florida as well as here in Alabama...we want our business people to know that this is a safe place. They may do things but we are going to catch them."
 
Chief Davenport say this case was solved thanks to Troy Police, Brundidge Police  and the Pike County Sheriff's Office working together. 
 
All four have been charged with first degree robbery. Troy police say they are also facing charges for stealing televisions from Walmart sometime around the time of this crime.