Mableton man accused of robberies
by staff reports
April 10, 2013 12:00 AM | 2486 views | 0 0 comments | 6 6 recommendations | email to a friend | print
A Mableton man arrested in Clayton County has been accused of three armed robberies in Cobb County late last year.

Qymoan Jarquise Davis allegedly used a single-barrel shotgun to an Autozone in Mableton on Dec. 7, a Wendy’s restaurant in Austell on Dec. 9 and a CVS Pharmacy in Mableton on Dec. 26.

According to a Cobb arrest warrant, in all three cases Davis pointed his weapon at the clerks and demanded money, counting down from five and threatening to shoot them if they did not act fast enough.

Information regarding the Cobb robberies came from fire department officials in Clayton County, where Davis was arrested on first degree arson charges Feb. 13.

Davis was charged last week with three counts felony armed robbery weapon in Cobb. He remains in Clayton County jail without bond on the arson charge.
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