3 teenagers arrested after violent gas station robbery in Jeffersonville
Police have arrested three teenagers who they say are behind a violent gas station robbery in Jeffersonville.
LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) -- Police have arrested three teenagers who they say are behind a violent gas station robbery in Jeffersonville.
It happened last month at the Marathon gas station on Hamburg Pike, where surveillance images helped police make the arrests.
Police say 16-year-old Jordan Graves, a Male High School student, shot one of the gas station clerks, but he didn't stop there.
"He shot the clerk almost immediately thereafter, battered him in the head several times with the gun while shoving him around behind the counter," said Det. Todd Hollis with the Jeffersonville Police Department. "So its more aggressive than most robberies that I've investigated."
Graves is charged as an adult with robbery and battery, while his accomplices, 18-year-old Jordan Abney and 18-year-old Jordan Porter, are facing felony robbery charges as well.
Police think the three teens are also responsible for robbing a Circle K on Bardstown Road last month.
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