GULFPORT, MS (WLOX) - Gulfport police have arrested three teens and one man in connection to a McDonald's restaurant armed robbery.
Sgt. Joshua Bromen said Titus Johnathon Daniels-Young, 17, Kyle Addae James Monroe, 17, Darome James Matthews, 17, and 23-year-old Frederick Leon McCall are each charged with two counts of armed robbery.
According to police, two masked suspects walked into the restaurant on Courthouse Rd. the night of Jan. 29 and forced everyone to the back of the building at gunpoint.
Police said the suspects took money from the business and a customer before running from the scene. Bromen said investigators identified Daniels-Young, Monroe, Matthews, and McCall as suspects in the case.
Restaurant owner Jeff Descher offered a $500 reward for information leading to the arrests of the suspects.
Bromen said Monroe was arrested Tuesday during a traffic stop on Hwy. 49, Matthews was arrested on East Stevens Cir., and Daniels-Young and McCall turned themselves in at the police department.
Daniels-Young's bond was set at $200,000. Bonds for Monroe, Matthews, and McCall were set at $100,000.