5 facing armed robbery charges in Pasquotank
By William F. West
Monday, November 5, 2018
A Pasquotank County grand jury has indicted five people on charges of conspiring to commit armed robbery in connection with the alleged holdup of a man this summer.
Dante Alexander, Brandon Butler, Allyn Rosenberger, Chantay Stokley and Taylor Wymer were all indicted Oct. 1 on a charge of conspiracy to commit robbery with a dangerous weapon, according to court records.
Additionally, Stokley is also charged with attempted robbery with a dangerous weapon and aiding and abetting the possession of a firearm by a convicted felon. Alexander is also charged with both possession of a firearm by a convicted felon and being a habitual felon.
According to records, all five defendants are accused of taking part in the robbery of a local man on June. 12. The indictments state the man was robbed of money and property with a pump shotgun.
Alexander, 33, lists an address in the 500 block of York Street. Butler, 25, lists an address in the 200 block of North N.C. Highway 34, Camden County. Rosenberger, 20, lists an address in the 200 block of Sunset Drive. Stokley, 38, lists an address in the 100 block of Creek Road, and Wymer, 25, lists an address in the 400 block of Okisko Road.
According to the Pasquotank Sheriff's Office, at least three of the accused remain in custody at Albemarle District Jail. Alexander is being held in lieu of a $75,000 secured bond, Rosenberger in lieu of a $37,000 secured bond and Wymer in lieu of a $11,000 secured bond.
No trial dates have yet been set for the five defendants.
N.C. Public Safety records show Alexander served approximately 4½ years in prison following his conviction in Pasquotank County in August 2013 on a charge of conspiring to commit robbery with a dangerous weapon.
Alexander also has convictions in Pasquotank for common law robbery, assault, felony breaking and entering, driving while impaired, larceny, misdemeanor breaking and entering, possession of illegal drugs and possession of illegal drug paraphernalia.