A Charlotte man is accused of robbing a Hwy. 21 convenience store at gunpoint at 5:40 a.m. Monday, March 3, according to a York County Sheriff's Office report.
Aaron Darcy Plummer, 19 of 1416 Weststone Drive, Charlotte, was arrested and charged with armed robbery and possession of a firearm during a violent crime. Plummer, a former employee, allegedly entered the store with a double-barreled shotgun and demanded money. He was given $480 and fled, but was arrested a short time later.
Also last week, a man and woman from Clearwater, Fla., were robbed at gunpoint at the KOA campground on Gold Hill Road late last Thursday night, according to a sheriff's office report. Two black males approached, pointed a silver handgun and demanded their wallets and all their other property, according to the report. After the couple turned over the wallets, a laptop computer and other items, one of the suspects shot at the man and a bullet grazed his lower leg. No arrests have been made.
New cars stolen
At around 3 a.m., Tuesday, March 4, several suspects kicked in the glass to the sales room of a Gold Hill Road car dealership and stole several vehicles, according to a sheriff's office report. The suspects stole a Chrysler Sebring and a silver Dodge Charger.
A 32-inch flat screen TV ($1,200) and $10,000 in jewelry were stolen from a Whispering Oaks Lane residence between 8 a.m. and 7 p.m., Monday, March 3, according to a sheriff's office report. Also, sometime between 9:35 a.m. and 11:45 a.m., Tuesday, March 4, a Hewlett Packard printer, an envelope containing $1,000 in cash, diamonds and a cell phone totaling $2,225 were stolen a Pine Street home, according to a Fort Mill Police Department report.
In another incident, a car belonging to a Unity Street resident was broken into Tuesday, March 4, according to another FMPD report. Stolen from the black Chevrolet Z71 was a Garmin GPS ($300), golf clubs ($1,700), a Dewalt drill ($150), and a Blue Tooth earpiece ($70).
- Erin Scott
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