Sixth man arrested in convenience store robbery
MISSOULA, Mont. (AP) -- Authorities in Missoula say a sixth man has been
arrested following a convenience store robbery that left the clerk with a skull
The Missoulian reports in a story published Saturday that 19-year-old Tureadon
Ehud Thibodeaux was ordered held on $100,000 bail on charges of assault with
a weapon and conspiracy to commit robbery.
In all, six people were arrested following the robbery reported on Jan. 8.
Others who police say are involved are brothers Devon and Ikaika Kamaka, Cruz
Bernardi and Andrew Badger.
Authorities say Thibodeaux, Badger and Devon Kamaka entered Jay's Mart and
to of them struck the clerk with bats, then fled with the store's cash register.
The Missoula County Attorney's Office says Timothy Lamar Parks was booked
into the Missoula County jail following the robbery but was released after posting
bond and has not been charged in the case.
Information from: Missoulian