UPDATE: Buckingham Police Apprehend Second Robbery Suspect
Buckingham County Sheriff's Office UPDATED PRESS RELEASE
Late last evening, February 25, 2013, an anonymous citizen provided a tip to the whereabouts of David Brenton Banks (AKA Brent). As a result of that tip, Mr. Banks was apprehended at a residence in Fluvanna County by the Fluvanna County Sheriff's Office. Mr. Banks was transferred to Buckingham County Sheriff's Office and all out-standing criminal warrants were served against him. Mr. Banks is currently being held without bond at the Piedmont Regional Jail in Farmville, Virginia.
Sheriff Kidd would like to thank the news media, the Fluvanna County Sheriff's Office, as well as the many concerned citizens that provided information to Mr. Banks whereabouts. This information directly contributed to the apprehension of Mr. Banks which allowed for this matter to be quickly closed.
ORIGINAL PRESS RELEASE
On Saturday, February 9, 2013, at around 2:30 A.M., the Buckingham County Sheriff's Office investigated an aggravated robbery of a 25 year old male that occurred in the 1000 block of Axtell Road in the Howardsville area of the County.
During the course of the investigation, Sergeant Scott Folsom identified the following two assailants as the responsible parties involved in the robbery: David Brenton Banks (AKA Brent), age 23, and Charles Phillip Jamerson, age 23.
Two felony arrest warrants were issued against both for violating Virginia Code 18.2-58 (Robbery) and 18.2-95 (Grand Larceny), along with a misdemeanor warrant for violating Virginia Code 18.2-119 (Trespass). Mr. Jamerson received an additional felony warrant for violating Virginia Code 18.2-51.6 (Strangulation of Another). It is noted that the victim in this case did not receive any long term effects from injuries sustained in the event.
On February 14, 2013 the Sheriff's Office successfully arrested Charles Phillip Jamerson who is currently being held without bond at Piedmont Regional Jail in Farmville, Virginia.