Killeen, TX (KWKT) — Killeen Police arrested three men connected with an aggravated robbery that happened this week on Twin Creek.
Patick Steven Smith, 19, Dana Dion-Dupree Gray, 20, and Tevin Breon Dillard, 20, were arrested and charged with aggravated robbery with a firearm.
Officers responded to a 9-1-1 call at approximately 10:00 p.m., on Tuesday, May 21st, concerning an armed man and shots fired in the 100 block of Twin Creek Drive.
The caller advised they saw an armed black man pointing a gun and cursing at another man in the parking lot.
The caller then saw a light colored vehicle leave the apartment parking lot shortly afterwards.
As officers were responding to the area they stopped a white Kia occupied by three black males in the area of Water and 42nd Street.
Another 9-1-1 call was received advising a man had just been robbed by two black men at his apartment in 101 Twin Creek Drive.
Upon the officers arrival the victim advised he arrived home and exited his vehicle when he was confronted by two armed black men wearing masks demanding his money and shots were fired into the air.
The suspects made the victim walk to his apartment and get on the floor; they then stole his backpack out of the apartment.
The burglars fled on foot and entered a white four door vehicle that was waiting for them.
Through the investigation it was determined that the three men in the car were the same who committed the robbery.
The officers took the suspects into custody and took them to the Killeen City Jail.
Justice of the Peace Bill Cooke set the suspect's bonds as $100,000 each and they are currently in the Bell County Jail.