Huber Heights AT&T robbery suspects face judge

Credit: DaytonDailyNews

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Huber Heights robbery suspects face judge

Credit: DaytonDailyNews

Three of the six teens police said robbed an AT&T store at gunpoint in Huber Heights went in front of a judge and the workers they allegedly robbed.

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Workers from the store told the AT&T robbery suspects Monday how scared they were to have guns pointed at their heads.

Six teens and one adult went into the store located at 8245 Old Troy Pike wearing masks and ordered everyone to the ground Feb 1, according to police.

An AT&T worker testified that the teens threatened they would, “open skulls” if they didn’t obey.

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“Initially it just threw me into shock. And so in that instance, I knew that in order to make it out of there alive and to make sure my coworkers and everybody there that was present ended up being safe, I just needed to play it as calm as I could,” the clerk who had trouble opening a safe for the robbers said.

One of the teens spent his 16th birthday in the courtroom.

The prosecutor’s office want all the teens tried as adults.

The other three teens will go in front of a judge for their probable cause hearing April 25.

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