Men accused of violent robbery near A&M campus now both in custody

COLLEGE STATION, Tex. (KBTX)- Two men from Harris County accused of a violent robbery near the Texas A&M campus are both in custody, according to law enforcement sources.

Cameron Limbrick (L) and Dalton Lemoine (R)

Dalton Alan Lemoine, 25, and Cameron Garrett Limbrick, 19, are accused of robbing and assaulting a construction site worker on Hensel Drive just before noon on Friday, July 5.

Texas A&M police say the men demanded the victim's wallet and when he refused to comply, he was hit with a gun above his eye.

Prior to the robbery, College Station police say the men went to an apartment complex nearby and pointed a gun at a resident. When they discovered they were in the wrong apartment, they left the complex.

Both suspects are from Cypress and both are facing charges of aggravated robbery and burglary of a habitation.

They were identified after police released surveillance photos of the suspects to local media, according to a probable cause statement.

Lemoine turned himself Tuesday at the Brazos County jail.

Limbrick was arrested on Monday in Harris County on an unrelated drug charge.

The Texas A&M University Police Department and the College Station Police Department worked together on the investigation to secure the arrest warrants.