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Bond set in Hattiesburg weekend armed robbery

HATTIESBURG, MS (WDAM) -

The robbery took place Friday night on Eunetta Street and the suspects took off in a stolen vehicle. 

They were involved in a hit and run accident near 38th Avenue while being chased by the Hattiesburg Police. Lamar County Deputies joined in the chase on Lincoln Road and the vehicle was finally stopped near Old Highway 11. Gerald Barnett and Daniel McNair were taken into custody at the scene. Jaymar Booth fled on foot. Booth turned himself in to police Sunday morning.

Booth and Barnett appeared in Hattiesburg Municipal Court Monday. Booth's bond was set at $50,000 for the armed robbery charge and $10,000 each for receipt of stolen property and felony fleeing. Barnett's bond was also $50,000 for the armed robbery charge and $10,000 for possession of a stolen vehicle.

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