By WSBTV Published 04/13/2011 15:16:00 | Views: 9607
Quentin Booker, Stacy Dooley and Ashley Henderson
 

GWINNETT COUNTY, Ga. -- Three men accused of a series of armored car robberies across metro Atlanta now face charges in connection with three robbery attempts they never completed, police said.

Ashley Henderson, 27, Stacy Dooley, 34, and Quentin Booker, 34, appeared in Gwinnett County court on Wednesday for arraignment on new charges including criminal attempt to commit armed robbery.

Police said the men followed armored cars in Gwinnett and plotted to rob them in late March.

The men are also accused of carrying out eight armored car robberies since September 2009 including a robbery and shooting on March 15 outside a Toco Hill grocery store that killed guard Gary Castillo.

Channel 2’s Kerry Kavanaugh, the only reporter in the courtroom, said the three men were isolated from each other in the brief arraignment hearing.

Gwinnett police also revealed Wednesday they are now looking for a sixth suspect in the case. Officers told Kavanaugh they are looking for Desiree Jones, the mother of Dooley’s child.

Warrants accused Jones of two counts of conspiracy to commit armed robbery, but did not describe her role.

A fourth suspect, Edwin Thornton, is held in the DeKalb County jail. Veronica Bullard, a former armored car company employee, is held in the Cobb County jail.

DeKalb police have charged Henderson, Dooley and Thornton with murder in addition to armed robbery for the Toco Hill shooting.

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By WSBTV 04/13/2011 15:16:00
 
 
 
 

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