Crime Battle Creek man charged with robbing a McDonald's at gunpoint

23:30  12 november  2019
23:30  12 november  2019 Source:   battlecreekenquirer.com

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The charges are related to two separate robberies which took place in July and September. In both instances, the stores were robbed of property at gunpoint . According to the arrest affidavit, the robberies happened at the Metro PCS store on Lower Wetumpka Road and the Metro by T-Mobile on

A Battle Creek man is charged with robbing a McDonald's restaurant at gunpoint.

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Randy Evil, 44, was arraigned Tuesday on a charge of armed robbery and, if convicted, faces up to life in prison.

Evil is accused of robbing the McDonald's store at 812 W. Columbia Ave. about 8:12 p.m. Friday.

Employees told police he entered the store to correct an order from the drive-thru and, after a few minutes, pulled out a a silver revolver and pointed it at a female clerk and demanded all the money in the registers.

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Police said the robber obtained an undisclosed amount of money.

A witness told police, the robber said, "I don't want to have to kill anybody" and had several people in the restaurant lie on the floor.

Police reported finding people inside the restaurant visibly distressed and crying after the robbery.

After taking the money and putting it in his pockets, the robber walked toward the bathrooms in the rear of the store but then turned and asked one customer why she let him go that way since there was not an exit.

He then left the store and drove away with a woman who police have identified as his wife.

Employees said the robber and the woman both entered the store but that the woman went into the bathroom and left before the robbery began.

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Battle Creek officers, after reviewing video from the robbery, found and arrested Evil on Saturday. Evil's wife has not been charged.

During his arraignment, Evil told Magistrate David Heiss that he was hiring his own attorney but Joe Eldred, a public defender, was present in the courtroom and asked Heiss to enter a plea of a not guilty.

"While these charges are concerning, these are simply charges at this time," Eldred said. "I don't believe at this point he is a danger to the community and I ask that the bond be set reasonably."

Heiss said Evil has six prior felony convictions, including a home invasion and larceny over $100, and 10 misdemeanors.

Evil has served just over six years for home invasion and was released in December.

Heiss cited "the very serious nature of the charges and a serious felony history" and set bond at $200,000 cash.

Evil is scheduled to appear before District Judge Tracie Tomak on Nov. 25 for a preliminary examination.

Contact Trace Christenson at 269-966-0685 or tchrist@battlecreekenquirer.com. Follow him on Twitter: #TSChristenson

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