A 24-year-old Camdenton man has been arrested and charged with four crimes related to an armed robbery Tuesday afternoon in Camden County.
A 24-year-old Camdenton man has been arrested and charged with four crimes related to an armed robbery Tuesday afternoon in Camden County, according to multiple press releases from the Camden County Sheriff's Office.
Joshua N. Seevers is currently being held at the Camden County Detention Center on a $50,000 bond, charged with first degree robbery, armed criminal action, first degree burglary and unlawful use of a weapon.
No one was injured in the incident according to law enforcement.
At approximately 10:35 a.m. on May 9, 2017*, Camden County Communications received a 911 call in reference to a robbery that had just occurred at Claremont Ridge Road, the release stated. Seevers was arrested on Wednesday afternoon and officially charged on Thursday.
According to the Camden County Sheriff's Office:
"A female occupant of the residence was inside while a female friend and children were outside. A male subject, driving an early 2000 model dark grey 4 door sedan, drove into the driveway and approached the female in the yard.
He was said to be brandishing an unknown type knife. The suspect, described as a white male, wearing a stocking cap and dark colored bandana handkerchief, demanded money from the victim #1. Victim #1 had no money.
The suspect took a cell phone from Victim #1. Suspect took Victim #1 into the residence where Victim #2 and the children were located. A teenager, ran from the residence, entered her vehicle and left the area, returning sometime later.
The suspect asked Victim #2 for money. According to Victim #2, she attempted to grab the knife from the suspect. The suspect attempted to grab a cell phone from Victim #2, and left the residence in the aforementioned vehicle. Victim #1’s phone was discarded and found in the yard of a neighbor."