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Thursday arrests make six for Grovetown robbery

Posted: January 24, 2013 - 6:24pm  |  Updated: January 24, 2013 - 6:29pm
From left, Christopher Scott Love, 18; Austin Tyler Love, 17; and Larry Charles Porche, 17; all of Grovetown, were charged along with Anthony Blade Turner, 18; Bakerlee Brannen Cochran, 17; and a 16-year-old, all of Grovetown were charged in connection a Dec. 28 robbery in Grovetown.
From left, Christopher Scott Love, 18; Austin Tyler Love, 17; and Larry Charles Porche, 17; all of Grovetown, were charged along with Anthony Blade Turner, 18; Bakerlee Brannen Cochran, 17; and a 16-year-old, all of Grovetown were charged in connection a Dec. 28 robbery in Grovetown.

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Three teens charged Thursday make six arrests in connection to a Dec. 28 robbery in Grovetown.

Anthony Blade Turner, 18; Bakerlee Brannen Cochran, 17; and a 16-year-old, all of Grovetown, were arrested Thursday. Larry Charles Porche, 17, of Grovetown, was arrested Dec. 29; Austin Tyler Love, 17, of Grovetown was charged Dec. 31; and Christopher Scott Love was arrested Jan. 2.

All six are charged with robbery by force, aggravated assault, criminal attempt at robbery, entering an auto and criminal trespass, according to Grovetown Department of Public Safety Investigator Jones Nalley. The 16-year-old also is charged with possession of a firearm by someone under 18.

The six teens went to Eagle Point apartments on Whiskey Road on Dec. 28 with the intent to rob someone, Nalley said. When they found no potential victims, the teens broke into a truck.

The owner of the truck confronted the teens with a handgun and a fight ensued. The teens took the man’s gun, shoes and a bag of tools from his truck and ran away, Nalley said.

Turner and Cochran were being held in the Grovetown jail Thursday evening on an $81,600 bond, Nalley said. The Loves and Porche are being held in the Columbia County Detention Center without bond, according to jail records.

The 16-year-old is being held in the Regional Youth Detention Center and has a detention hearing scheduled for Friday afternoon in Columbia County Juvenile Court.

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Comments (4)

soapy_725

Are they associates of the gang in

Ivy Falls or Shadowmoor? Lost souls. No useful purpose or direction. The cancer is spreading to CC.

redapples

These guys should count

These guys should count themselves lucky to be alive. The next potential victim might just shoot first and ask questions later. Crooks need to realize that more people are being trained in the proper handling/use of handguns and the laws of protecting yourself and property.

soapy_725

Collective intelligence may be the issue.

The youth are our future. God help them. Don't it make you want to prepare for and long for the coming of Christ?

alb

Truth

People you do not have to facts of this case nor are they being presented here. Sorry but I know the truth and not all of these kids did this.

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