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Three sentenced after armed robbery of Tim Horton's in Perinton

Three sentenced after armed robbery of Tim Horton's in Perinton

April 25, 2018 04:08 PM

Three people have been sentenced for an armed robbery at the Tim Horton's in Perinton.

The 25-year-old Malcolm Frazier was sentenced to 8 years in prison followed by 4 years of post release supervision on two counts of robbery in the second degree. 

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Akheem Rhodes, a 23-year-old was sentenced to three and a half years in prison followed by three years of post release supervision for two counts of robbery in the second degree and a maximum of three years on a violation of probation.

A third defendant, 21-year-old Christopher Smith is being sentenced to 8 years in prison and 4 years of post release supervision.

On the night of July 21, 2017, Frazier and Smith entered a Tim Horton located in the Town of Perinton. Both men had their faces covered and pulled out guns while demanding money from the employees.

The two men fled the store to be joined by Rhodes in the getaway car. 

A deputy who was responding to the robbery saw a vehicle that had three male passengers inside that fit the suspects' descriptions, according to deputies.

Deputies say two black handguns were seen in the vehicle, but they turned out to be BB guns. 

During the investigation, it was discovered that Malcolm Frazier was a previous employee of Tim Horton's who was fired only a few days prior.

 

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