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Police arrest third suspect in King Street store robbery

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Charleston Police have arrested a third suspect for the June 5, 2013 armed robbery of the King Street Grocery. Charleston Police have arrested a third suspect for the June 5, 2013 armed robbery of the King Street Grocery.
CHARLESTON, SC -

Charleston Police have arrested a third suspect for the June 5, 2013 armed robbery of the King Street Grocery at 435 King Street.

Daniel Myers, 23, of North Charleston, is charged with armed robbery and possession of a firearm during the commission of a violent crime.  

The incident occurred about 8:30 p.m. when two armed men entered the business and robbed it.

Chris Jamal Rickenbacker, 25, of North Charleston, was arrested July 3, 2013 and charged with armed robbery.  

Antwan Dominique Bowman, 24, of Orange Grove Road, a former employee of the business, was arrested July 8, 2013 and charged with armed robbery and obstruction of justice.  
 
Bowman is accused of planning the armed robbery with the two other individuals.

The investigation revealed Bowman intentionally provided false information about the incident and withheld information from the investigators.

Bowman was terminated soon after the armed robbery when the investigation revealed his involvement.

All three suspects were being held in the Al Cannon Detention Center.

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