Police looking for suspects wanted in armed robbery
By MOLLY DAVIDSON / Staff Writer
PELHAM—The Pelham Police Department is currently looking for two men wanted in connection to an Oct. 9 armed robbery at Green Park South.
“On Oct. 9, patrol responded to Green Park South to a reported (armed) robbery of an individual,” Pelham Police Lieutenant Pete Folmer said.
The victim was allegedly robbed outside of his home, Folmer said. No injuries were reported from the incident.
The victim described the suspects who robbed him as “two black males.” A “male juvenile” was arrested in connection to the case. He has been charged in juvenile court, Folmar confirmed.
Pelham Police Detective Mike Bellanca identified three other individuals as suspected accomplices in the Oct. 9 armed robbery, Folmar said.
Nikita Latoya Mahone, 27, of Birmingham, was arrested on Oct. 15 and was identified as the alleged get away driver in the armed robbery. She was charged with first-degree robbery, a Class A felony charge, and placed in the Shelby County Jail under a $60,000 bond. Mahone was released from jail after posting bond on Oct. 21.
Mahone was on federal probation at the time of the Oct. 9 robbery.
“She is on federal probation following six years in federal penitentiary for robbing a postal worker,” Folmar said.
The Pelham Police Department also has two outstanding arrest warrants for suspected accomplices Brandon Cordaryl Gordon, 25, and Arthur Peter Alexis III, 21.
Anyone with information about the suspects is encouraged to call the Pelham Police Department at 620-6550.