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Police arrest second teen in Albany robbery, third suspect still at large

Javontay Lewis (Dougherty County Sheriff's Office) Javontay Lewis (Dougherty County Sheriff's Office)
Darius Ahmad Barkely (Dougherty County Sheriff's Office) Darius Ahmad Barkely (Dougherty County Sheriff's Office)
Dekardre Barkley (Dougherty County Sheriff's Office) Dekardre Barkley (Dougherty County Sheriff's Office)
ALBANY, GA (WALB) -

Officials have arrested a second teen, suspected of being involved in a robbery that happened on Monday.

Albany Police arrested Javontae Lewis, 18, around 9 p.m in the 700 block of West Whitney Avenue on Wednesday.

According to officials, Myron Banks, 18, was walking in the 400 block of Florence Drive Monday morning around 9:45, when three men came up to him in a Mustang.

Banks said they forced him into the car, and drove off. They later stopped, and took all his money.

Police quickly apprehended Darius Barkley, 18, and were looking for Javontae and Dekardre Barkley, 19.

Detectives issued warrants for armed robbery, kidnapping and possession of firearm during the commission of a crime for Dekardre and Lewis.

Barkley has been charged with armed robbery, kidnapping and possession of a firearm during the commission of a crime. 

Banks was not harmed during the incident.

Anyone with information on this case is asked to call police or CrimeSTOPPERS, at (229) 436-TIPS.

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