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Masked gunmen rob store

A brazen armed robbery took place Thursday night between 10:30 p.m. and 11 p.m. at the Dixon’s BP station.
Law enforcement says three masked robbers entered the 2560 Burton’s Ferry Highway store – one carrying a sawed-off shotgun, one a pistol, and one with a pistol in each of his hands – and held up the store clerk taking an undisclosed amount of money.
Another robber held the door open for the other three while they quickly went through the store’s cash drawers. All were wearing some form of facial covering and gloves, and the robber sporting two pistols was wearing the Friday the 13th “Jason” hockey mask.
At least two shots were fired, likely into the air, when the robbers exited the store and ran for their vehicle.
Thanks to the quick response by the Screven County Sheriff’s Office, Georgia State Patrol, and the Sylvania Police Department, witnesses came forward and a black Ford Expedition was pointed out as being the getaway vehicle.
Sardis Police Officer Mark Cates pulled over a vehicle matching the description only 40 minutes after the robbery. Two teens, Franchavious Lynmos Bonner, 19, of 125 Countryside Estates in Sylvania, and Kenneth Bernard Flemming Jr., 17, of the same listed address, were apprehended.
The remaining two alleged robbers, a 15-year-old from Sardis and Kendrick Romond McBride, 17, of 605 Betty Boulevard in Sardis, were arrested within 48 hours of the armed robbery.
“Short of catching them at the scene, this was a time when a lot of things fell in place very quickly,” Investigator Brett Dickerson said. “We’re fortunate with good communication with the community, good communication between law enforcement agencies that led to arrests in the case. We’d really like to thank Sardis police department for all their assistance. It was their officer’s alertness that led to the initial arrests.”
Bags of evidence were recovered during the investigation. Three will be charged with armed robbery, aggravated assault, and the possession of a firearm during the commission of a crime. The minor, who reportedly held the door open and was a “look out”, received an armed robbery and aggravated assault charge.
Dickerson said more charges could be added at a later date. The store clerk was not harmed during the robbery, but was allegedly forced into the corner of a room while the robbers went through the cash drawers.