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5 arrested for armed robbery of Pawley's Island McDonald's

Brooks (Source: GCSO) Brooks (Source: GCSO)
Duncan (Source: GCSO) Duncan (Source: GCSO)
McGrath (Source: GCSO) McGrath (Source: GCSO)
Mention (Source: GCSO) Mention (Source: GCSO)
Nesmith (Source: GCSO) Nesmith (Source: GCSO)

PAWLEY'S ISLAND, SC (WCSC) - Five people were arrested and charged with the armed robbery of a fast food restaurant on Pawley's Island.

According to the Georgetown County Sheriff's Office, Joseph Marquis Mention, 18, of Georgetown, Adrian Lamont Brooks, 22, of Hemingway, Latasha Monique Duncan, 18, of Georgetown, Keifer James McGrath, 19, of Georgetown and Sheana Knowell Nesmith, 23, of Nesmith were each charged with armed robbery of the McDonald's.

The robbery happened on Aug. 19, deputies said. Employees told deputies one of the suspects climbed into the restaurant through the drive through window armed with a pipe, took cash from the register and then fled the store.

Duncan and Nesmith were arrested and charged on Sept. 20. McGrath, brooks and Mention were arrested and charged on Sept. 22. All of the suspects have been released on bond.

At the time of the robbery, Duncan, Nesmith and McGrath were all employees of the McDonald's.

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