Three suspects arrested in Taco Bell robbery
Published 12:00 am Friday, October 19, 2007
THE SELMA TIMES-JOURNAL
Local Taco Bell employees are shaken up following an armed robbery that took place Wednesday night.
The Highland Avenue store was allegedly robbed at around 10 p.m., shortly after the general manager left the store to make a routine bank deposit.
According to police reports, two men wearing hooded sweaters entered Taco Bell and demanded money from the cashier at gunpoint.
Two men and a minor fled by vehicle with an undisclosed sum of money.
Shortly after the robbery, the suspects’ car was spotted repeatedly driving around the restaurant by Taco Bell employees and a description of the vehicle was given to police.
The trio was arrested later that night after being pulled over by police for a broken headlight.
Officers arrested Jeremy Carter, 22, and Johnny Calhoun, 21, along with a minor.
The three are currently being held without bond in the Dallas County Jail pending a bond hearing. A Taco Bell manager said Thursday that employees were nervous, but no one had quit, so &8220;everyone’s making out alright.&8221;