Fraternity Bandit Confesses, His Accomplice Sought by Police

Fraternity Bandit Confesses, His Accomplice Sought by Police

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OAKLAND – One suspected fraternity house bandit was arrested early on Saturday morning, while his suspected accomplice remains at large.

Oakland police arrested 18-year-old Kameron Robinson-Tom of Oakland at 8:20 a.m. on February 11, acting on a warrant issued by the Berkeley Police Department.

Robinson-Tom is charged with robbery and committing or attempting a felony with a firearm during a party last year at the Pi Kappa Alpha fraternity house, located at 2324 Piedmont Avenue, in Berkeley. The suspect is being held at Santa Rita Jail for $375,000 bond.

Berkeley police said Robinson-Tom confessed to robbing three victims who were playing a drinking game at 2:45 a.m. on September 4, and that he also confessed to committing other robberies. A pre-trial court hearing is scheduled for February 23.

The robbery victims told Berkeley police that one of the suspects brandished a handgun, while his accomplice demanded they hand over their personal possessions, before both suspects fled through a backdoor.

One of the victims told Berkeley police that the two suspects had been attending the fraternity house party earlier the same evening.

Fraternity Bandit Confesses, His Accomplice Sought by Police was last modified: February 15th, 2017 by admin
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