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No bond for armed robbery suspects

Three of the four teenagers involved in the May 15 armed robbery of the former Dixon’s BP station on Burton’s Ferry Highway were denied bond after a short hearing.
Assistant District Attorney Brad McMahon asked Ogeechee Circuit Judge F. Gates Peed to deny bond for Franchavious Lynmos Bonner, 19, Kenneth Bernard Flemming Jr., 17, and Kendrick Romond McBride, 17, because of their alleged gang affiliation (argued that they belong to a Sardis gang), two similar cases of armed robbery in Burke County, their flight risk, and the magnitude of their crime as they allegedly had cartridges chambered in their firearms.
Flemming and McBride do not have criminal records. Bonner has a criminal record mostly associated with illegal drugs.
Each of the teens’ lawyers argued they would not be a flight risk and would stay at their family home until called for in court matters.
Four robbers entered the store and robbed the clerk at gunpoint. After succeeding the robbers fired at least two shots into the air, which got the attention of a witness who saw the get-away vehicle and reported it. Bonner and Flemming were apprehended that night and a 15-year-old minor and McBride were arrested the following day.