Man charged with robbing Pelham residence  

By JESSA PEASE / Staff Writer 

PELHAM— The Shelby County Sheriff’s Office arrested Roger Means Jr. Aug. 17 on charges of first-degree burglary and first-degree robbery. The Pelham Police Department issued the warrant for Means arrest more than two years ago before handing it over to Shelby County deputies.

Means

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Means, who lists an address in the 2100 block of Long 14th Street, allegedly robbed an acquaintance’s home May 26, 2013, and threatened its residents with a 9 mm handgun.

Deputies apprehended 30-year-old means Aug. 17 and booked him into the Shelby County Jail. He was released Aug. 18 after posting bonds totaling $90,000.

First-degree robbery and first-degree burglary are both Class A felonies. According to Alabama law, the suspect could spend up to life in prison if charged.