|Second suspect arrested in North Enterprise robbery (updated)|
|Written by PETER KUEBECK Sentinel Staff Writer|
|Monday, 14 October 2013 09:24|
Bowling Green Police have arrested a second Bowling Green State University student believed to have taken part in a robbery last week on North Enterprise Street. Thomas Kolleh, 19, who gave police an address of Darrow Hall in the Kreischer Quadrangle, was arrested Monday and charged with aggravated robbery. He will be arraigned Tuesday.
He is the second student caught on surveillance videotape walking in a hall in Offenhauer Towers Residence Hall following the Oct. 8 incident .
On Friday police arrested Thomas James, 21, and charged him with aggravated robbery. He had reportedly been contacted by police, and was taken into custody after speaking with officers. A current address was not available for James, but Maj. Tony Hetrick of the Bowling Green Police confirmed that he is a student at BGSU.
Police say at that time three black males came to the apartment and got away with what has been described as a "minor misdemeanor amount of marijuana." They were armed with a handgun at the time, and reportedly ran northeast from the crime scene after the incident.
In the videotape James was observed in the video holding a towel to a cut on his forehead believed to have been sustained while fleeing the robbery.
Police are still seeking the third suspect.
One man, Timothy Sewell, 21, who lived near the crime scene on North Enterprise, was arrested Oct. 8 after he was identified during the investigation into the robbery and was charged with aggravated trafficking in drugs. He had previously been held without bond in the Wood County Jail, but was not listed as an inmate there this morning.
|Last Updated on Monday, 14 October 2013 15:17|
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