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Tuesday, February 18, 2014

Four teens rob another at gunpoint at Delaware Walmart

Occurred February 13, 2014.

A 16-year old boy was at a Walmart in Camden, Delaware, when another teen boy lured him out to the parking lot.  On the edge of the lot, three more teen boys joined, and the four of them beat and robbed the victim, threatening to shoot him, then pistol whipped him.

The four boys, ages 15, 16, 17, and 19, were arrested.

From an article, which has images of the boys:
Arrested on first-degree robbery, assault and other offenses were Dover residents Keyan R. Williams, 16, and Kyshawn C. White, 17, along with Camden’s Cameron Wilson, 15, and Derrick C. Johnson, 19, of New Castle. 
A 16-year-old male victim located a Camden Police Department police officer in the parking lot, saying he had been beaten and robbed of money at approximately 3:15 p.m., Delaware State Police Master Cpl. Gary E. Fournier said. 
According to police, the victim said he was having lunch at McDonalds inside the Wal-Mart when he was approached by Mr. White, who asked to talk outside. Knowing Mr. White from school, police said, the victim agreed. 
The duo began walking north toward the Briar Park neighborhood when Mr. Williams and Mr. Wilson – also school acquaintances – approached, police said. 
At an area with bushes and a fence line, the three suspects began punching the victim while demanding money. Mr. Williams and Mr. White produced handguns while continuing the assault, police said. At one point, papers said, Mr. Williams pulled a knife and told the victim to stop yelling. 
The victim turned over an undisclosed amount of cash and the trio of suspects fled the area to a nearby vehicle and left. 
Mr. Williams hit the victim on the left side of his head with a gun butt “causing severe injury requiring three staples,” the DSP said in the arrest affidavit. 
According to charging documents, the victim lost consciousness for a few seconds and awoke to see the suspects running away before hearing “wheels squealing.”
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