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Police Arrest Three for Early-Morning Armed Robbery

Three men were arrested for allegedly assaulting someone and stealing a backpack, phones and wallets from people whom had agreed meet them to purchase heroin.

Three men were arrested early Tuesday morning about 30 minutes after they allegedly assaulted a man and stole a backpack, cell phones and wallets from several people in the middle of Circle Drive in St. Charles. 

Christopher D. Hunn, 18, of St. Charles, Graylen Noldon, 19, and Dirrell Taylor III, 19, of St. Louis, were each charged with three counts of first degree robbery. 

According to Lt. Dave Senter, spokesman for St. Charles Police Department, the three men met with four people who had agreed to buy heroin from them.

At least one of the victims knew some of the suspects and one of the suspects wanted to retaliate against a victim who had left him "stranded" out of town days earlier, according to police. 

The suspects assaulted one victim and stole backpack, cell phones and wallets from all four victims. Additional charges may be coming, Senter said.

Someone called in the assault to police who were able to locate the suspects at the Courtland Ridge Apartment complex about 30 minutes after the incident occured. 

Police recovered a handgun and the stolen property. 

Bond was set at $50,000 for Hunn, and bond amounts have yet to be established for the other two men charged. 

Sscott December 05, 2012 at 01:44 AM
one needs a nap love the red and happy go lucky hope jail time is in there plans
Yaspar Kyashred December 08, 2012 at 04:27 PM
Hard to imagine such fine-looking citizens being involved in crime...
Bull Connor December 09, 2012 at 01:40 PM
Nignogs are all subhuman animals.

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