18-year-old Je’Corion Jenkins was involved in a robbery at Keystone Drive on November 11th. The victim, Deavion Bennett, arranged to sell an old iPhone to Jenkins, who he knew as Corion. When he arrived at the set location, he saw Jenkins standing in the roadway. Bennett parked his car, and Jenkins entered. After he entered the car, Jenkins pulled out a black handgun and demanded that he give him everything he had. Bennett handed him his wallet containing $300. Jenkins took the $300 and left the vehicle on foot. Bennett was shown a photographic line-up and identified Jenkins as the person who robbed him. Through a further search, law enforcement discovered that the deal’s meetup spot was Jenkins’s listed address. Jenkin was taken into custody and charged with aggravated robbery on December 11th.
Je’Corion Deshon Marquez Jenkins of Keystone Drive in Clarksville, TN, was booked into the Montgomery County Jail on December 11th, charged with aggravated robbery. A judicial commissioner set his bond at $250,000.
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