‘Getaway driver’ in Greensboro crime spree spent time on death row


Isaiah Jurel Fox and Charles Anthony “Supreme” Walker

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GREENSBORO, N.C. — A man police say played a minor role in a crime spree Tuesday afternoon spent more than a decade on death row.

Charles Anthony “Supreme” Walker, 50, of 4811 Silver Briar Ct. Apt. C, is accused of being part of a robbery Tuesday afternoon that sparked a city-wide effort to stop Isaiah Jurel Fox, 26. Fox was ultimately shot by officers. Walker was arrested.

Walker is charged with common law robbery and conspiracy to commit a felony. Police said Walker was driving the car that waited outside the TJ Maxx on Wendover Avenue Tuesday afternoon while Fox was inside. Fox is accused of robbing the store.

Read more: Greensboro News & Record

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