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Decatur police arrest 3 in vehicle robbery

By Seth Burkett
sburkett@decaturdaily.com 340-2355

Calvin Larry's car has been found, and the two men who stole it, along with Larry's money, clothes and shoes, are now behind bars, Decatur police said Tuesday.

At Studio 9, 440 Johnston St. S.E., the two allegedly pointed a shotgun at Larry and sent him running down an alley in gym shorts and a single sock, searching for help on the cold night of Feb. 6. Larry ran several blocks before flagging down a police officer.

Members of the Anti-Crime Unit arrested Cedric Marquis Johnson, 24, of 2011 Enolam Blvd. on Tuesday. Detective Chris Jones said Johnson was arrested on an outstanding warrant charging him with first-degree robbery in the Feb. 6 case.

Police arrested another suspect, Terrance Lamon Coger, 18, last week. Police in Coger's hometown of Columbia, Tenn., picked him up and extradited him to Morgan County for arrest on a charge of first-degree robbery.

Johnson and Coger remained in Morgan County Jail on Wednesday, each in lieu of $10,000 bond.

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