Two of three robbery suspects in Rutherford County headed to court

Two of three robbery suspects in Rutherford County headed to court | Smyrna robbery, Smyrna news, Smyrna, Tennessee, TN, WGNS News, Smyrna court, Smyrna Police, Corvell Conley, Kelvin Featherston, Antioch news, Antioch crime, Antioch

Earlier this year in January, the Smyrna Police Department asked for the public's help in apprehending three individuals wanted on armed robbery charges. Chief Kevin Arnold later told WGNS News that those suspects have been arrested. Two of the three culprits will head to Circuit Court for trial on September 23, 2014.

Corvell Markey Conley Jr., age 19, of Antioch will face charges of Theft over $10,000, Evading Arrest by Motor Vehicle, Resisting Arrest, two counts of Reckless Endangerment, and Aggravated Robbery. He is out on bond at this time.

19-year old Kelvin LaGeorge Featherston of Antioch will face a single charge of Aggravated Robbery. He is also out on bond at this time.

A third suspect has already been to court. An aggravated robbery charge against 18-year old Navontae Terrell Barbour of Antioch was dismissed on June 16, 2014. Barbour was however placed on probation for a charge of "Evading" by the Smyrna General Sessions Court.

Both Conley and Featherston will appear before Judge Keith Siskin in Rutherford County.


Smyrna Police
Circuit Court Docket for Judge Siskin
General Sessions Court Docket Report for Smyrna

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