A suspect wearing a GPS monitor was arrested for robbery on Tuesday. Another suspect was arrested after calling from prison and asking another suspect to get more from his house.
The Lee County Sheriff’s Office was called for a suspicious person wearing a waste management vest and holding a black bag. LCSO was also called about the possibility of robbery.
One of the suspects, Rashad Hatchet, escaped from his agent after the victim’s suspect pointed him out.
Hatchet may have reportedly lived in the house without the owner’s permission. Hatchet may have also invaded another house.
Currently, Hatchet is offering time for house arrest. He wore a GPS monitor while he was suspected of robbery.
While in prison, Hatchet was called Danisse Ferreira. While he was on the phone with Ferreira, Hatchet asked her if she got her stuff, and he said she wanted her to come back and get more of her stuff from her house.
Two suspected robbers arrested in Lee County, one wearing a GPS monitor
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