COLLEGE STATION Police say a teenager robbed a man at gunpoint in the parking lot of the College Station Walmart. Now, he's in jail.
17-year-old Jontae Dequarius Webber allegedly stole a man's wallet and cellphone at gunpoint on January 19th. According to the arrest report, Webber put a fake gun in the victim's face and said "Give me everything you have." The victim handed over his wallet and cellphone.
Webber and another man then took off.
In February, a friend of Webber told police that she knew he was involved in the robbery and was selling the cellphone on Facebook. Police say the phone in the pictures matched the one stolen.
Webber was arrested and is being charged with one county of Aggravated Robbery.
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