Set jailed in Lancaster County armed robbery, SWAT scenario

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border =” 0″ width =” 180″/ > Varn (Source: Lancaster County Sheriff’s Workplace). Robinson (Source: Lancaster County Constable's Office) Robinson (Source: Lancaster County Sheriff’s Office). LANCASTER COUNTY, SC (WBTV) -. Two people were apprehended in an armed robbery in Lancaster County that occurred Monday night. Deputies say they were contacted us to a town house around 11:20 p.m. on Shoe Brook Roadway in Indian Land, where they found a 25-year-old man who stated he had actually just been robbed at gunpoint. The man stated he understood the robber, 24-year-old Morgan Joyce Varn, and that she welcomed him over. Jonathan Michael Robinson, 23, was also reportedly in the home, along with another woman and 2 guys.

The victim told cops Varn required his mobile phone and money while Robinson was armed with a pistol. Cops say Varn then smashed the screen on the phone and threatened the victim with an ashtray. That’s when the male left and called authorities.

After the suspects chose not to come out of the house, a SWAT scenario briefly got underway, cops say.

SWAT got in the home and took Varn and Robinson into custody. Authorities say throughout a search of the house, they discovered ammo, a handgun that was reported taken in a July car break-in, and a “significant” quantity of money.

Robinson was accuseded of armed robbery, kidnapping, and malicious injury to personal property.

” Varn signed an individual recognizance bond on the property damage charge, but bond was denied for Robinson and Varn on all the other charges,” authorities say.

No one was injured in the occurrence.

Anybody with info is asked to call the Lancaster County Sheriff’s Workplace at 803-283-3388 or CrimeStoppers at 888-274-6372.

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