14-Year-Old Boy Connected to Robberies at a W. MI Gas Station
A 14-year-old boy, from Port Sheldon, has been charged with two counts of armed robbery and one count of breaking-and-entering, in Ottawa County.
He is accused of robbing the same Exxon Mobile gas station, in West Olive, on two separate occasions, October 18th and November 3rd. Each time, he robbed the clerk at gunpoint and left with money. No one was hurt in either situation.
The boy was caught on December 2nd after attempting to break into the same gas station. Evidence at the scene led police to the 14-year-old.
After investigating the home, officers discovered an airsoft gun that was used in both robberies.
Since being arrested, the boy has been released to his parents.The case is being handled by the Juvenile Court.
SOURCE: Holland Sentinel