Four Young People Charged with First Degree Robbery

Four Young People Charged with First Degree Robbery

INGLEWOOD, CA—What are friends for, if not committing significant felonies and getting caught together and going to jail as a group?

3400 West Century Blvd

3400 West Century Blvd

Tierney Shellmyer, 19; Shianne Knight Thompson Rolls, 21; Raymond Lewis III, 21; and Calvin Smith Davis, Jr., 19, were arrested by Inglewood police officers on Wednesday, June 16 at approximately 9 p.m. All four were apprehended along the 3400 block of West Century Boulevard. The address is synonymous with an Inglewood-based Red Lobster, the same one that Inglewood District 1 council member George Dotson has more than once proclaimed is “California’s no. 1 revenue-intake” for the national seafood restaurant chain.

Shellmyer, a resident of Los Angeles, was charged with first degree robbery (211PC) and threatening a crime with terroristic intent (422PC). Davis, also an L.A. resident, was charged with the same two crimes. Rolls, a student from Paramount, was charged with first degree robbery and as an accessory to first degree robbery (32PC), as was Lewis, a Long Beach resident.

Shellmyer in a Crenshaw High Marching Band photo

Shellmyer in a Crenshaw High Marching Band photo

Bail for Shellmyer and Davis was set at $150,000 each. Bail for Rolls and Lewis was set only slightly lower at $120,000 each.

Four Young People Charged with First Degree Robbery was last modified: June 18th, 2015 by admin
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