Alleged Circle K Robbers Nabbed

From GCPD:

On Wednesday, January 19, 2022 at about 4:30 AM, Glynn-Brunswick 911 Center received a call of an armed robbery at the Circle K Store, 4041 Community Road. Multiple patrol officers from Glynn County and Brunswick Police responded to the store and the immediate area. The Victim/Clerk, working the overnight shift alone, reported that multiple individuals entered the store. One of the individuals pointed a firearm at the clerk while another individual went behind the counter and took money out of the cash register. All offenders then fled out of the store in an unknown direction. 

During the course of the investigation, witnesses provided information to Investigators assigned to the case. With this information and the extreme hard work and dedication to serving Glynn County, Investigators were able to identify and locate several offenders involved in this armed robbery.  

Glynn County Police Department Investigations, Patrol and SWAT teams executed multiple search warrants to gather evidence to assist in the prosecution of this case. Evidence collected in this case included the firearm used to commit this robbery. This case was worked for 40 consecutive hours collectively by our Investigations, Support Services and Uniformed Patrol Divisions.

Chief Battiste would like to commend the efforts of all officers, from the initial responding officer to the almost 20 officers who contributed to this arrest. 

The following individuals were arrested January 20, 2022. Each was booked on one charge of Armed Robbery (OCGA 16-8-41) at the Glynn County Detention Center or Regional Youth Detention Center. 

Zaire Suez Bue, B/F, 20 years old, Brunswick GA

Trinity Faith Harrison, B/F, 18 years old, Brunswick GA

Shalamar Ro’Shawn Burke, B/M, 20 years old, Brunswick GA

Chezney Cherie Herndon, W/F, 18 years old, Brunswick GA

Shamya Burke, Juvenile, B/F, 16 years old, Brunswick GA

Michelle Marie Alexander, Juvenile, B/F, 16 years old, Brunswick GA 

The two juveniles will be charged as adults in accordance with OCGA 17-10-6.1. A person found guilty of Armed Robbery shall be punished by no less than 10 years’ imprisonment. 

All persons are presumed innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.

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