Second suspect arrested in Reidsville convenience store armed robbery

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Morris "Raquan" Dabbs (left) and Khalil Jaray Williamson

REIDSVILLE, N.C. — Authorities have arrested a second a teen in connection with an armed robbery at a Reidsville convenience store on March 21.

Khalil Jaray Williamson, 17, turned himself into the Rockingham County Sheriff’s Office Tuesday just before midnight.

The other suspect, Morris “Raquan” Dabbs, 17, of Reidsville, was arrested and charged with robbery with a dangerous weapon earlier Tuesday.

According to Reidsville police, two armed male suspects robbed Weeks Grocery, located at 1205 Barnes St., shortly after 3:30 p.m. on March 21.

One suspect stood by the door and held it open, wearing a striped hooded jacket, and the other suspect displayed a possible firearm concealed in a plastic shopping bag, Reidsville police said.

The suspect that approached the cashier and demanded the money was wearing a blue hooded jacket with white polka dots. He told the cashier to put up his hands, to not move several times and to put the money from the register in the book bag.

The suspect presented a green and black book bag for the clerk to put the money in. Both suspects had their faces covered and fled on foot.

Dabbs and Williamson are currently confined in the Rockingham County Jail. Dabbs is being held on a $75,000 secured bond and Williamson is being held on a $100,000 secured bond.

Both teens are scheduled to appear in court April 14, according to Reidsville police.