The Violent Fugitive Task Force, comprised of several law enforcement agencies to include the Fayetteville Police Department, executed a special robbery operation this week and rounded up five offenders who had been avoiding arrest. The VFTF, which is headed up by the U.S. Marshals office, handles cases in which involve extremely high risk or elusive offenders.
Arrested and charged this week are:
- Jamall Joseph Miller, 19, of 3826 Glencorra Drive with Common Law Robbery
- Nicholas Deanglo Locke, 21, of 1649 Inverness Drive with Robbery with a Dangerous Weapon and Murder. Locke received a $52,000 secure bond.
- James Jamel Roper, 37, of 4800 Kahn Road in Lumberton with Common Law Robbery. Roper’s bail has been set at $5500.
- Darius Jerome Bradley, 21, of 3607 Ireland Drive with Robbery with a Dangerous Weapon. Bradley received a $25,000 secure bond.
- Fiona Desma Robinson, 22, of 1617 Gibson Street with Robbery with a Dangerous Weapon. Robinson received a $5000 secure bond.
- Raquel Milagros Rodriguez, 22, of 519 Adams Street with Aiding and Abetting Robbery with a Dangerous Weapon, Assault Inflicting Serious Injury and Conspiracy to commit Robbery with a Dangerous Weapon.
- Robin Earl White, 18, of 714 Amber Drive with Robbery with a Dangerous Weapon.