Fayetteville students charged with campus robberies

November 23, 2011 5:35:46 PM PST
Nineteen-year-old Darrius Jamaal George of Thomasville, NC and Clayvon Delonte Smith, also 19 and of Washington D.C., were arrested on Monday, Nov. 21. Both are students at Fayetteville State University, and both are charged with two counts of conspiracy to commit robbery with a dangerous weapon, attempted robbery, and robbery with a dangerous weapon. George was also charged with common law robbery.

Nineteen-year-old Darrius Jamaal George of Thomasville, NC and Clayvon Delonte Smith, also 19 and of Washington D.C., were arrested on Monday, Nov. 21. Both are students at Fayetteville State University, and both are charged with two counts of conspiracy to commit robbery with a dangerous weapon, attempted robbery, and robbery with a dangerous weapon. George was also charged with common law robbery.

Three incidents took place, each within an hour, on the night of November 8. A Fayetteville State University student was robbed of money and personal property while walking on campus, and soon after, two people attempted to rob another student but fled when a witness began to shout at them. The last incident took place when a student was robbed of his personal property while entering his dorm room.

Classifieds | Report A Typo |  Send Tip |  Get Alerts | See Click Fix
Follow @abc11 on Twitter  |  Become a fan on Facebook


Load Comments