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Destro helps track Subway robbery suspect

By Howard B. Owens

It didn't take police long to locate a robbery suspect last night, with the help of tracking by a Sheriff's K-9, after a man went into the Subway on East Main Street, Batavia, and demanded money.

The suspect got away with an undisclosed amount of cash and fled on foot.

Deputy Chris Erion with K-9 Destro helped track the suspect and he was located a short time later at a nearby residence.

Taken into custody was Ricky L. Miller II.

At the time of his arrest, Miller was allegedly found in possession of a needle.

He was charged with robbery, 3rd, petit larceny, and possession of a hypodermic instrument.

He was jailed without bail.

Ed Hartgrove

"Calling Robert Radley!
Calling Robert Radley!
Hello, Robert!
Hello, Robert!
I'm sorry, Ma'am. I don't think Robert's awake yet. We'll try again, later."

Jan 15, 2017, 12:06pm Permalink
Ed Hartgrove

Robert Radley.
Please accept my humble apology, Sir.
When I posted my last comment, I messed up, by accidentally connecting two, completely unrelated articles.
Though it was made in jest, in the end, the joke is on me.
Maybe I should consider taking a reading comprehension course.

Jan 15, 2017, 2:19pm Permalink

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