Three Arrested Following Armed Robbery in Williamstown
Three people were arrested Saturday following an armed robbery at a mini-mart in Williamstown.
Police in Monroe Township say their officers responded to the Heritage's Dairy Store on Glassboro Road/Route 322 at around 4:15 Saturday afternoon for the report of an armed robbery. When they arrived, cops were able to quickly get a description of the alleged robber and a search began.
Authorities say as the burglary suspect was fleeing from the store, he crashed his vehicle on Prince Avenue, which is a dead end street near the store.
Police were able to track-down the suspect, identified as 41-year-old Brad Phillips of Gibbstown, along with two other people. Phillips, according to police, committed two other armed robberies in Woodbury and Mantua Township.
Phillips was charged with robbery with force, resisting arrest, terroristic threats, possession of a weapon, possession of CDS, and possession of drug paraphernalia.
The two other people that were arrested were 26-year-old Ariana Concepcion-Hall (no address given) and 47-year-old Joshua Griffin of Williamstown.
Griffin was charged with conspiracy to robbery, possession of CDS, and possession of drug paraphernalia.
Concepcion-Hall was charged with conspiracy to robbery, possession of CDS, possession of drug paraphernalia, resisting arrest, and obstruction/administration of law.
A press release did not indicate if anyone inside the store was injured during the robbery.