Robbery And Attempted Murder Cases Scheduled For Monday Postponed
Four defendants charged with crimes that occurred in the Santa Clarita Valley were scheduled to appear in court Monday.
Phillip Ely, Lavelle Mosley and Terion Lamarr Collins, all of Los Angeles, have been accused of seven felony counts, including second degree robbery, kidnapping to commit another crime, unlawfully taking a vehicle and evading an officer against traffic, according to a criminal complaint.
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On Sept. 12, 2012 Ely, Mosley and Collins robbed a Canyon Country bank and then led deputies on a pursuit into downtown Los Angeles, where they threw cash from their moving vehicle to create a diversion.
The preliminary hearing, scheduled for Monday, has been continued to Tuesday, according to Los Angeles Superior Court officials at the Antelope Valley Courthouse.
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- Three Suspects in Court for Canyon Country Bank Robbery
- Canyon Country Bank Robbers Due Back in Court Next Month
Raymundo Soto of Canyon Country was also scheduled to appear Monday, but had his pre-trial conference postponed until Monday, March 25. Soto was charged with attempted murder and assault with a deadly weapon after the stabbing of Daniel Muir on Feb. 29, 2012.
Read the full story: Double Stabbing Leads to Single Arrest for Attempted Murder
Continue to check our website for updates on these cases as they arrive.
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