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Suspect in Obama mask robs Concord Taco Bell

Suspect in Obama mask robs Concord Taco Bell

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CONCORD, N.C. -- Authorities have arrested two men and are looking for a third in an alleged robbery conspiracy at a Concord Taco Bell.

At about 6:29 a.m. Sunday, Concord police responded to an armed robbery call at the Taco Bell at 2281 Spider Drive.

Two suspects stole $1,300 cash from the restaurant, according to a police report and information provided by CPD. One suspect was wearing a navy blue sweat suit, an Obama mask and had a handgun. The second suspect was wearing camouflage clothing, a black ski mask and carried a rifle.

During the investigation, police determined that Darrius De’quane Mack-Weaks, a Taco Bell employee, allegedly conspired with his cousin and a friend to rob the restaurant, according to CPD.

Weaks was charged with conspiracy to commit armed robbery and placed in the Cabarrus County Jail under a $10,000 bond.

Kaelin Lawson, 18, of Mooresville, was arrested by the Iredell County Sheriff’s Office and charged with armed robbery. He was placed in the Iredell County Jail under a $50,000 bond.

Police are still looking for Andrew Dalton Smallwood, 17, of Freeze Crossing, Mooresville

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