Six North Carolina residents are facing armed robbery charges after allegedly robbing a Pizza Hut last month in Brunswick County. On August 12, two men armed with dangerous weapons entered the Shallotte Pizza Hut, demanding money. The men took an undisclosed sum of money from the assistant manager and drove off in a getaway car before police officers arrived.
Three people were arrested for allegedly breaking into a Raleigh apartment complex and shooting a man in the home invasion. Two men and one woman were charged with various charges related to the incident, including robbery with a dangerous weapon, conspiracy to commit armed robbery, firing a weapon inside a dwelling, assault, second degree kidnapping, and conspiracy.