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Arrest Made In Armed Robbery at Popeye's

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Suspect arrested for armed robbery at Popeye's Suspect arrested for armed robbery at Popeye's
GREENVILLE, N.C. - A Greenville man is in custody a week after robbing a restaurant. 
   
Greenville Police arrested 25-year-old Markeith Devon Wilson at his home Friday night on Larkin Lane.

The robbery happened on January 31st at Popeye’s Restaurant on Memorial Drive. Wilson entered the restaurant through a back door as employees were taking out the trash. He was armed with a shotgun and demanded money from several employees.  No customers were inside, and no one was hurt.
   
He is charged with one count of robbery with a dangerous weapon and is being held at the Pitt County Detention Center.
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