Arrests Made in CS Convenience Store Robbery

By: Steve Fullhart & CS Police news release Email
By: Steve Fullhart & CS Police news release Email
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COLLEGE STATION UPDATE 10:30PM Friday night

At approximately 4:22 PM the second suspect in this offense was taken into custody at the College Station Police Department after a warrant for his arrest was obtained by the Criminal Investigations Division. This arrest is in addition to the arrest of the first suspect on October 3, 2013, previously identified as Nicholas Troy Bogert.

Arrested:
Jordan Tanner Krob
18 years of age
Bryan resident
Charge: Aggravated Robbery

Krob is currently at the College Station Police Department pending transfer to the Brazos County Sheriff’s Office jail later Friday night. Krob was identified as possibly being involved in this offense as a result of a Crime Stopper’s Tip. Detectives with the College Station Police Department were able to find evidence linking both of the males to the offense during their subsequent investigation.

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Viewer tips helped College Station police with the arrest of a suspect in a convenience store hold-up last month, according to authorities.

Nicholas Bogert II faces aggravated robbery charges. He and another person are believed to have held up the Exxon at Highway 6 and University Drive early on September 5. The clerk in the store was knocked unconscious.

Five days later, investigators released images from in the store. CSPD says Crime Stoppers tips and their investigative work led to Bogert's arrest, but a second person is still being sought.

If you have any information, call police.


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