Three Men In Custody After Alleged Restaurant Robbery
South Florida Crime
HIALEAH (CBSMiami) – Three men are behind bars after they allegedly tried to bring home the bacon from a fast-food restaurant robbery in Hialeah.
Korrigan Brown, 20, Nathan Holmes, 21, and Lamel Lattimore, 21, were arrested by Hialeah police after they allegedly committed an armed robbery at the Wendy’s located on 45 East 49th Street on Saturday.
According to police, Brown and Holmes, both armed, walked into the Wendy’s and went straight towards the cashier.
As Brown went behind the counter and opened up the cash register, Holmes stood by the door, said police.
When Brown was done stashing the cash, the two men rushed out of the restaurant and hopped into a silver 2009 Honda Accord, where Lattimore was in the driver’s seat, according to police.
After Hialeah police received word about the robbery, they located the Accord on N.W. 103rd Street.
Police pulled the car over and immediately arrested Holmes and Lattimore.
That is when, police said, Brown jumped out of the car and dashed off on foot but was caught soon after.
Hialeah police believe the trio may have been responsible for multiple robberies at fast food restaurants as well as roadside robberies and gas station robberies across Miami-Dade County.