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Man charged for pulling gun on customer at gas station

(Source: Salisbury Police) (Source: Salisbury Police)
SALISBURY, NC (WBTV) -

A Salisbury man with a long criminal history is back behind bars after he allegedly robbed a gas station customer at gunpoint.

According to the Salisbury Police report, a customer was walking out of the Speedway station in the 500 block of E. Innes on Thursday at around 3:00 pm when he was approached by Warren Antonio Still, 35.

Still displayed a handgun and robbed the man of the money in his wallet, according to police.  More than $300 was taken.

The victim called police a few minutes later and gave a description of the man who robbed him.  Within minutes  a detective spotted a man matching that description in  the parking lot of a store at the corner of Long Street and Park Avenue.

Still was found to be in possession of a .22 Glock handgun, as well as more than $300 in cash.  There was a short struggle between Still and the officer before Still was arrested.

Still was charged with robbery with a firearm, resisting police, possession of a weapon by a felon, and carrying a concealed weapon.  He was jailed under $25,000 bond.

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