Robbery Suspect Wrong Car

December 16, 2011 by staff 

Robbery Suspect Wrong Car, An armed robbery suspect was arrested in part because of what police said they believe he took to commit his crime.

According to the arrest report from the Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office, at about 2:45 a.m. Wednesday, someone walked into the Kangaroo station at Beach Boulevard and 10th Street demanding cash.

The employees told police the suspect had a hand in the pocket of his hoodie, making it appear he was armed.

The suspect reportedly told them to not “be a hero,” because he was only after cash.

As he left the store, one of the employees followed him and watched him get into a white vehicle that was parked behind the store.

Just after noon the same day, police spoke with a woman who said she was the suspect’s girlfriend.

She told an officer that her boyfriend, 33-year-old Ryan Douglas Harrover, told her he had robbed a gas station, and that he had used her daughter’s car to get to and from the scene.

Police said the car matches the description given by the store employee.

also, Harrover’s girlfriend told police Harrover had taken her daughter’s laptop, and was on his way to her home on San Pablo Road to return it.

By the time the officer got to the home on San Pablo Road, another officer already had Harrover in custody. The arrest report indicates that officer was investigating a grand theft case: the laptop.

That same officer told the first officer that Harrover told him he might have robbed a gas station, but the officer who wrote the report noted that Harrover immediately invoked his rights after his arrest.

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