Suspect in T-Mobile robbery indicted in Vandalia Cashland break-in

One of the suspects involved in a Miami Twp. T-Mobile store robbery was indicted Thursday in connection to a break-in at a Vandalia Cashland.

Tamaurie Darnell Kinney, 18, of Dayton is charged with felony breaking and entering in connection to the July 6 incident at Cashland, 322 E. National Road in Vandalia.

He remains held on $100,000 bond in the Montgomery County Jail and is scheduled to be arraigned Tuesday on the new charge, court records show.

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Kinney was indicted in October on two counts of aggravated robbery, two counts of kidnapping and one count of obstructing official business stemming from the Oct. 16 robbery at a T-Mobile cellphone store on Miamisburg-Centerville Road in Miami Twp. that ended with a crash in Dayton.

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Kinney was indicted along James Ralph Jackson IV, 19, and two juveniles; however, the charges later were dismissed against the minors.

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