Armed robber in custody

A man accused of brandishing a knife at a Mickey Mart clerk was arrested moments after the suspected incident.
Cary Ashby
Dec 18, 2012


A Monroeville man is in custody on an allegation he brandished a knife at a Mickey Mart clerk early this morning.

The Norwalk Police Department was alerted at 2:10 a.m. about the armed robbery at Mickey Mart, 123 Whittlesey Ave. Police said Officer Zack O'Neil, while searching the area with Sgt. Tom Cook, saw the suspect at a Baker Street driveway.

After a short foot chase, O'Neil had Eugene A. Stallard, 32, of 2190 E. U.S. 20, in custody, and seized many items police suspect was associated with the robbery. He was charged with robbery, a second-degree felony.

"The entire third shift — it was outstanding police work," Capt. Mike Conney said.

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They caught him, Now lets see if the judge does his part or throws him another sissy sentence.


Well, first he has to be convicted. If he is convicted of robbery, the maximum sentence possible for robbery is 8 years - the maximum practical sentence is 7 years since the 8 year maximum sentence triggers an AUTOMATIC appeal review of each and every part of the process which could result in the release of the criminal.


time for another slap on the wrist punishment instead of locking them up for year. lets see he robbed a gas station so must not have money so probally wont ever be able to pay fines and court cost so just lock them up.

Brock Lee