Three arrested after robbery at Hamilton Town Center store

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Three men have been arrested after an attempted robbery at a retail store within Noblesville’s Hamilton Town Center.

At approximately 2:03 p.m. June 8, police officers from the Noblesville Police Dept. responded to the retail store Buckle, 13904 Town Center Blvd., Noblesville, in response to a report of a robbery in progress.

Police said initial information from the caller alleged two black males came into the store and attempted to steal merchandise. Police said the caller, who is also an employee of the store, said he was battered by one of the suspects as he and another employee attempted to prevent the alleged crime from occurring. Police said two store employees reported they were injured during the incident but both refused medical

Anderson

Anderson

treatment. The caller went on to say the suspects were able to flee the store. However, the caller was able to provide officers with a description of the suspects’ vehicle.
Officers initially established a perimeter and began to search the area for the subjects by utilizing motor and foot patrols. At approximately 2:25 p.m., officers on the scene were advised that the Fishers Police Dept. had located a vehicle traveling southbound on I-69, near 96th Street, matching the description of the suspects’ vehicle. Fishers Police Dept. conducted a traffic stop on the vehicle, and investigators of the Noblesville Police Dept. questioned all of the occupants. After further investigation, three subjects were taken into custody and transported to the Hamilton County Jail and booked.

Booker

Booker

Arrested were Anthony James White, 18, Indianapolis, charged with one count of Robbery, a Level 3 felony, and two counts of Battery, an A Misdemeanor; Marquis Dominique Booker, 22, Indianapolis, charged with one count of Robbery, a Level 5 felony; and Brandon Anderson, 20, Pendleton, charged with one county of robbery, a Level 5 felony, one count of Possession of Marijuana, a B Misdemeanor, and one count of false informing, a B Misdemeanor.


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