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Police Say Short Pump McDonald's Employee Helped Rob Restaurant

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Jason Phillip Martin Jason Phillip Martin
Travis Jamar Taliaferro Travis Jamar Taliaferro
Latoya Nicole Clark Latoya Nicole Clark

HENRICO (WRIC) - On Thursday shortly before 4 a.m., officers responded to a McDonald's in the 11200 block of W. Broad Street for a reported robbery call for service.   An employee at the McDonalds said two subjects armed with handguns approached him in the parking lot and demanded money.  Both subjects had masks on their faces.   Cash was taken from inside the restaurant and both subjects left on foot.  No one was injured. 

While responding to the call, officers observed two subjects walking east on Broad Street.  When officers approached the subjects, they ran. However, the men were apprehended near the I-64 interchange.  Cash and weapons were recovered. 

Detective's investigation revealed the employee Jason Phillip Martin, 38, was involved in this incident. Travis Jamar Taliaferro, 20, and  Latoya Nicole Clark, 29, were also involved.

Martin. Taliaferro and Clark have all been charged with two counts of conspiracy to commit grand larceny, one count of false police report and one count of grand larceny. 

 

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