FORT MILL — The clerk and her boyfriend believed to be involved in a conspiracy to rob a Fort Mill convenience store last week were arrested Tuesday.
Tytravious Wylie, 22, and Megan Wright, 23, were taken into custody without incident, said Maj. Bryan Zachary with the Fort Mill Police Department.
On Nov. 17, police responded to an incident at John Boys on Spratt Street after a clerk said a man in all black robbed John Boys on Spratt Street just before closing time. The initial report stated the robber told the clerk he had a gun in his pocket and demanded money. He fled with an undisclosed amount of cash.
After an investigation, Robert Turner, 33, was arrested and charged with armed robbery, according to a supplemental police report.
During a police interview, Turner admitted his involvement and provided a written statement that he conspired with the clerk, identified as Wright, and her boyfriend, Wylie. Turner was also charged with grand larceny and criminal conspiracy.
Wylie is charged with grand larceny, accessory to a felony and criminal conspiracy. His bond is $100,000.
Wright is charged with breach of trust with fraud intent, criminal conspiracy and filing a false police report. Her bond is $70,000.
They are being held at the York County Detention Center.