MOBILE, Ala. (WALA) - Demetrius Burden, Reginald Lucas, and Lamario Risper emerged from Mobile Police Headquarters Thursday afternoon in handcuffs.
It brought to an end an incident that started around 3:30 a.m. at the LaQuinta Inn in Tillman's Corner.
"When we arrived on the scene, what we found was that three unknown suspects had entered-in armed with guns and had taken the safe and money from the register," said Cpl. Chris Levy with Mobile Police.
The suspects however didn't get far. Their get-a-way car was spotted.
"An officer that was traveling on I-65 spotted the vehicle and tried to initiate a stop, but the driver refused to stop," Levy said.
Police said that's when a pursuit began. The car finally came to rest at the deadend of Caledonia Street in Prichard. The suspects took off on foot.
It all happened in front of Steve Tate's home.
"Woke up to cars lining the road. I got up, put on my clothes and went out there, they said someone had stole something," Tate said.
Tate said he was just glad the suspects didn't come near his home and family, but they weren't free for long.
"After running away from the scene the officers created a perimeter and by use of K-9 was able to take all three into custody," Levy said.
Burden, Lucas, and Risper have all been booked into Metro Jail. All three suspects are charged with first-degree robbery.
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