Bond denied for teen accused of shooting employee during robbery

Bond was denied Friday for a 15-year-old accused of being the gunman in the holdup of a fast-food restaurant in which an employee was shot.

Deandre M. Scott faces a charge of armed robbery as an adult in Richmond County Superior Court. The crime is punishable by a minimum 10-year prison sentence.

Assistant District Attorney Natalie Paine said Friday that just before 8 p.m. Feb. 9, two men with shirts covering their faces robbed a Kentucky Fried Chicken. When an employee said the cash register was locked and couldn’t be opened, one of the robbers shot him in the left knee.


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Frederick J. Bolden, 23, is also charged in the robbery. He is being held without bond.

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