Four arrested in armed robbery of Aiken gas station

Saturday, June 27, 2009 7:36 PM
Last updated 7:40 PM
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Four people were arrested today for an armed robbery at an Aiken gas station

Dayfan Fuller, 24, of Edna Street, North Augusta, Jerry Dobbs, 21, of Mount Canaan Drive, Trenton, Kenneth Wayne Jones, 17, of Seymore Drive, North Augusta and a 16-year-old were charged with armed robbery, according to an Aiken Department of Public Safety news release.

The suspects allegedly robbed Greg’s Gas Plus in the 1600 block of Richland Avenue East around 12:20 a.m. this morning, according to authorities.

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perymason 06/27/09 - 07:42 pm
Bet I know what persuasion

Bet I know what persuasion they are!

curly123053 06/27/09 - 08:13 pm
That store needs an armed

That store needs an armed guard on duty. It has been robbed so many times, even before it was taken over by Greg's Gas Plus.A Clerk had been found dead behind the counter in that location years ago. These chains that run the stores are more worried about that extra dollar coming through the door than the safety of their workers. And, why would these people come from the North Augusta area all the way to the other side of Aiken to do a robbery? The word is most likey out that it is an easy "hit" location.

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