PINEY GREEN, ONSLOW COUNTY - A father turned his son in to deputies, for allegedly robbing two teens walking home, investigators said.
Trevon Donte Wilkens, 17, was brought in to the Onslow County Sheriff's Office by his father, on Tuesday.
According to deputies, Wilkens was one of four suspects, all 17 years old, who robbed two teens in Piney Green on Feb. 18.
The victims, both 15 years old, were on their way home from a convenience store, located across from White Oak High School, when the four robbers jumped them, deputies said. The thieves used knives and a gun to assault and rob the two victims, according to investigators.
Detectives initially arrested three of the four suspects: Traquan Curtis, 17, of Walnut Drive in Jacksonville, Adriel Fogle, 17, of Horse Shoe Bend in Jacksonville, and Hector Trevino, 17, of White Oak Blvd. In Jacksonville.
Investigators said the fourth suspect, Wilkens, kept avoiding arrest, so detectives called the teen's father and informed him of the charges against his son. The father then brought Wilkens to the Onslow County Sheriff's Office, deputies said. Wilkens was charged with two counts of robbery with a firearm or other dangerous weapon, attempted robbery with a dangerous weapon, larceny of personal property, three counts of conspiracy and two counts of assault with a deadly weapon. He was being held in jail under a $125,000 bond.
Charges for the other three suspects are below:
Traquan Curtis and Adriel Fogle: robbery with a firearm or other dangerous weapons, larceny of personal property, conspiracy, simple assault. Bonds: $185,000 each
Hector Trevino: two counts of robbery with a firearm or other dangerous weapon, attempted robbery with a dangerous weapon, larceny of personal property, three counts of conspiracy, two counts of assault with a deadly weapon. Bond: $125,000
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