While Federal prosecutors are taking over a case of a local gang allegedly behind a string of fast-food restaurant robberies, new details are emerging about the juvenile suspect.
The 16-year-old teen has been indicted on adult charges in New Kent, according to the New Kent-Charles City County Chronicle.
The teen, from the 2200 block of Kingsbrook Drive, lived near Lauderdale Drive in Henrico.
He is expected in court on December 9, 2013, according to the paper.
Six members of the Henrico-based gang Fly Nation have been arrested in connection to the crimes, according to investigators.
From August 9 to September 26, Fly Nation allegedly hit ten fast-food restaurants including three in Chesterfield, four in Henrico and one each in Petersburg, Dinwiddie and New Kent.
The suspects include 19-year-old Shatik Jackson, 19-year-old Cornelius Clayton; 18-year-old London Cotman; 27-year-old Durrell Graves; 19-year-old Robert Booker; and an unnamed 16-year-old juvenile.
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