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3-Arrested and Charged in Tampa Robberies

TAMPA, Fla.- On 09/27/2020, Tevin William, wearing a dark mask, entered the Circle K at 3:12 a.m. William walked through the store and grabbed several items to purchase at the counter. While at the counter, William pointed a handgun at the clerk and demanded money. He fled northbound on S. 50th St. with an undisclosed amount of cash.

At 3:32 a.m., William entered the 7-11, grabbed several items to purchase and then demanded cash from the clerk at gunpoint. He was last seen going around the west side corner of the business with an undisclosed amount of cash. A bag of chips William touched was recovered and processed. He took a bottle of soda with him he removed from the cooler. Latent prints matched the bottle William left at the Circle K.

In both cases, William was wearing a black hoodie with a colorful “Humbolt County California” logo on the front. He was also wearing a blue New England Patriots hat, light colored pants and black Air Jordan sneakers.

Analysis of surveillance video showed a silver vehicle with two female occupants inside and were involved in aiding William. Detectives learned one of the females would enter the locations first to case the store and provide intel to William, who would then commit the robberies.

Tampa Police, along with members of the Hillsborough County Sheriff’s Office, ATF agents and FAU/Marshals Task Force were able to locate all three suspects at an apartment complex at 2900 University Square Dr.

William also fits the same description from a commercial robbery that occurred in Hillsborough County.

Both Alexander and Fabian were charged with 2 counts of Robbery each.

William is charged with 2 counts of robbery, felon in possession of a firearm and possession of a firearm during a felony.

The case remains under investigation.

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