The 21-year-old suspect accused of robbing Killeen's Sweet Eats Bakery on Jasper Drive on Wednesday has been arraigned on a charge of aggravated robbery. And, that was not the only robbery for which he was charged.
Investigators said Roosevelt Jones IV, of Killeen, walked into the bakery with a weapon and demanded money around 7:45 a.m. Wednesday. During the robbery, Jones also assaulted the employee, who was later taken to Baylor Scott & White Hospital in Temple in stable condition, according to KPD Spokesperson Ofelia Miramontez.
KPD's Criminal Investigation Division -- Violent Crimes Unit received information that helped officers track down Jones and take him into custody around 10:20 a.m. Wednesday.
On Thursday, the Bell County District Attorney's Office reviewed that case and returned a complaint charging him with aggravated robbery. Justice of the Peace Bill Cooke then arraigned him on that charge, and Jones' bond was set at $150,000.
Then, on Friday, the DA's office reviewed a second case and charged Jones with a second count of aggravated robbery for a theft at the Home Barber Shop. Cooke issued an arrest warrant over that, and Jones was taken to the Bell County Jail, where he remained in custody, as of early Friday evening.