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MPD Releases New Update on Demos' Robbery - 17 Year Old Arrested

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Thursday Update from Murfreesboro Police:

(From MPD) The Murfreesboro Police Department has arrested two (2) more suspects allegedly involved in the Demos’ robbery on Monday.  Suspect #3; Cristan “Chris” C. Jarvis (D.O.B. 01/22/92) turned himself into the fugitive team precinct of the Memphis Police Department earlier (Thursday) today.

Suspect #4; a male juvenile (Age 17) was arrested by the Memphis Police Department sometime this (Thursday) morning. He was charged with: Aggravated Robbery, Criminal Conspiracy, Theft over $10,000.00, and Theft over $1,000.00.

The Criminal Investigation Division has worked continuously since the robbery to develop leads and suspects. Detective Larry Maples and the other investigators have worked together as a team to conclude these multiple arrests as quickly as possible. The Uniform Division should be applauded for their quick response Monday morning.

The Murfreesboro Police Department greatly appreciates the assistance given to us by the the Memphis Police Department and their fugitive team.

Source

Incident Report # 13-9950 (2013)

Major Clyde Adkison, Division Commander
Administrative Services Division
Murfreesboro Police Annex


On Wednesday, WGNS' Scott Walker spoke to Peter Demos of Demos' Restaurant about the robbery that took place on Monday morning (6-Min. Interview). 

 
 

Update from Murfreesboro Police on Wednesday (Scroll down for story):


The Murfreesboro Police Department has identified a third suspect in the Demos’ robbery on Monday.  We are looking to locate the following individual:

                        Cristan C. Jarvis (ABOVE)

                        Black/Male

Date of Birth:   January 22, 1992

Several warrants have been issued for “Jarvis” to include:

            Criminal Conspiracy

            Aggravated Robbery

            Theft over $10,000.00

            Theft over $1,000.00

“Jarvis” should be considered armed and dangerous. His photograph is attached.

The Murfreesboro Police Department is soliciting the assistance from the media and the general public to locate the above named suspect.

The Criminal Investigation Division is currently following several leads and analyzing evidence to determine the involvement and identity of any additional suspects.

Rutherford County Crime Stoppers is offering a cash reward of up to $1,000.00 for information leading to the arrest of these suspects. Crime Stoppers operates Monday-Friday from 8:00 A.M. until 4:30 P.M. and may be contacted at 893-STOP (7867). Tips can also be called into the Criminal Investigation Division at (615) 893-2717.

If you have need of any further information, please contact me at the above daytime office number.

Incident Report # 13-9950 (2013)

Previous Tuesday News Story:

WGNS has another update on the Demos’ Restaurant robbery that was reported on Monday. You may find this report a little bizarre to say the least…

As you know employees and a delivery driver were robbed at gunpoint at the restaurant on Monday morning and after the crime two suspects were apprehended.  Arrested were 27-year old Ramar Garrison from Murfreesboro and 28-year old Christopher Clark from Cordova, Tennessee.  After the men were arrested, one of the two suspects filed a police report himself. Clark filed the report from the local jail after he was charged and booked for aggravated robbery.

The report filed by Clark is labeled as a theft. Evidently the getaway vehicle that literally got away after the crime was committed was his. It would appear that the driver of the car fled the scene as sirens could be heard approaching the restaurant. That being said, police know exactly what to be on the lookout for… a gold 2006 Pontiac G-6. The getaway driver, according to Clark, is named Jarius. A passenger in the car at the time of the robbery goes by the nickname of “Money.” Both men are wanted for questioning.

When the police report for the stolen vehicle was filed by Clark who was in lock-up, Clark specifically told police that he and Garrison were only inside Demos’ for approximately five minutes. It was during that five minute window that the alleged robbery occurred.

Garrison and Clark now face aggravated robbery charges and also a charge for theft of property.

Meanwhile, the stolen Pontiac was listed into the National Crime database known by law enforcement as NCIC. A photo of a Pontiac G-6 can be seen below... 

Secondary Update Source:

MPD Incident Report #13-9981

Tuesday Morning Report Below:

Demos’ Restaurant employees and a delivery driver were robbed at gunpoint at the restaurant on Monday morning. Murfreesboro Police officers had a forty-seven second response time to the scene of the robbery at Demos' on NW Broad Street and immediately identified two suspects that were caught directly after the incident. Major Clyde Adkison told WGNS, “Several of the employees and a truck driver making a delivery were robbed. The individual victims had their wallets and cell phones stolen.”

Because of the robbery, Demos' had to delay opening on Monday and could not be open for lunch due to the MPD investigation. They did open by dinner time and WGNS observed first hand what we would describe as a large crowd. 

Arrested were 27-year old Ramar Garrison from Murfreesboro and 28-year old Christopher Clark from Cordova, Tennessee. The two men were charged with aggravated robbery and also face a charge of theft of property valued between $10,000 and $60,000. As of 9:15 Monday night, the two have not been able to make bond.

A third and possibly fourth suspect have not been apprehended. They may be in a vehicle described as an older model American car that is a four door sedan, gold, beige, or tan in color.

Your tips could lead to cash. Call CrimeStoppers at 893-STOP (7867).

Actual Statement Released by Murfreesboro Police Monday Evening:

UPDATE!! - Armed Robbery at Demos Restaurant

The two suspects taken into custody are as follows:

 

Ramar Garrison – Black/Male

Date of Birth: August 14, 1986

1320 Journey Drive

                 and

Christopher Clark – Black/Male

Date of Birth: August 28, 1985

2850 Morning Trace # 204

Cordova, Tennessee

Booking photos are available upon request through the Rutherford County Sheriff’s Office.

There is at least one suspect and possibly two still at large. There is a possibility the vehicle we are looking for is an older model American four door sedan, gold, beige, or tan in color.

Rutherford County Crime Stoppers is offering a cash reward of up to $1,000.00 for information leading to the arrest of the suspect(s). Crime Stoppers operates Monday-Friday from 8:00 A.M. until 4:30 P.M. and may be contacted at 893-STOP (7867).

Tips can also be called into the Criminal Investigation Division at (615) 893-2717.

Incident Report # 13-9950 (2013)

Original Statement Released by Murfreesboro Police Dept. on Morning of Robbery: 

At 6:57 A.M. this morning, an armed robbery occurred at Demos’ Restaurant located at 1115 Northwest Broad Street. Our officers had a forty-seven (47) second response time and immediately identified two (2) suspects and arrested them quickly without incident. Several of the employees and a truck driver making a delivery were robbed. The individual victims had their wallets and cell phones stolen. An undisclosed amount of cash money was taken from the restaurant.

There is at least one suspect and possibly two still at large. There is a possibility the vehicle we are looking for is an older model American four door sedan, gold, beige, or tan in color.

One of the suspects that left the scene is a Black/Male last seen wearing a mask, red bandanna, white t-shirt, kaki pants and black shoes.

Rutherford County Crime Stoppers is offering a cash reward of up to $1,000.00 for information leading to the arrest of the suspect(s). Crime Stoppers operates Monday-Friday from 8:00 A.M. until 4:30 P.M. and may be contacted at 893-STOP (7867).

Tips can also be called into the Criminal Investigation Division at (615) 893-2717.

Source

MPD Incident Report # 13-9950 (2013)
Major Clyde Adkison, Division Commander, MPD 

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