Warrant: Young suspects used stolen weapons in multiple robberie

Warrant: Young suspects used stolen weapons in multiple robberies early Tuesday

Posted:
Dornnell Moore, photo from Lubbock Co. Dornnell Moore, photo from Lubbock Co.
Cameron Lee Stacey, photo from Lubbock Co. Cameron Lee Stacey, photo from Lubbock Co.
Tyrail Jermane Hardrick, photo from Lubbock Co. Tyrail Jermane Hardrick, photo from Lubbock Co.
LUBBOCK, Texas -

Three more people have been arrested, accused of roles in a series of armed robberies, with weapons stolen from Littlefield, that ended with an exchange of gunfire that wounded a K9.

Dornnell Moore, 17, Cameron Lee Stacy, 17 and Tyrail Jermane Hardrick, 20, are now in the Lubbock County Detention Center. A 14-year-old, who police say shot at an officer and wounded the K9, was arrested after the police corporal returned fire, wounding the suspect. The 14-year-old was initially arrested on a charge out of Hockley County.

Arrest warrants for the suspects provide a timeline of what happened early on the morning of Tuesday, Aug. 20.

Police were called to the Overton Hotel around 2 a.m., where a man who works there said he was robbed at gunpoint in the parking lot by five people. Four of them jumped out of a gold pick-up, according to the warrant. One person hit him in the head with a pistol while the other two punched and kicked him. The victim refused EMS treatment.

Surveillance video backed up the victim's account.

Around 2:15, police were called to a shots fired call at 27th and Avenue P. Two victims at this location reported they were beaten up and had property stolen by four people in a gold pick-up.

Then, just after 2:30, a police corporal spotted the gold pickup near 50th Street and Interstate 27. The pick-up speed off, a chase was underway. Not long later, near 42nd and Avenue N, four people jumped out of the pick-up. According to the warrant, they fell to the pavement.

The police corporal and his K9 "Max" ran after two of the suspects, down an alley between 42nd and 43rd Streets, eventually chasing one suspect into a backyard. It's at this point, according to the warrant, the corporal gave command to the police dog to bite the suspect. This is when the suspect fired one shot at "Max", wounding the dog. The corporal returned fire, hitting the suspect.

The 14-year-old suspect was then arrested, police took his stolen gun. The suspect was treated at the hospital then released.

Police searched the pick-up and found a second stolen gun. Lubbock Police report these two guns were among 14 stolen from Gebo's in Littlefield earlier this month.

On Thursday, Texas Anti-Gang officers stopped Tyrail Jermane Hendrick in a vehicle, initially arrested on charged unrelated to this case. The police report shows during a search of the vehicle, four more weapons stolen from Gebo's were found. And, a detective found Hendrick had a cut on his knee that appeared he had fallen from a vehicle. Further, Hendrick matched a suspect description given by one of the victims.

Cameron Lee Stacy's dad called detectives Thursday and told them he wanted to bring Cameron in for an interview. Cameron Lee Stacy, according to the warrant, told investigators he was in the stolen pick-up Monday night. But he said he was dropped off at his home between 11 p.m. and Midnight, before the robberies and shootings. His father didn't back up this alibi, said the 17-year-old was not home then. A detective noticed Stacy's knees also had abrasions consistent with falling onto asphault. He was arrested

"Max" was taken to an emergency vet and has been released, is recovering at home.

Dornnell Moore, Cameron Lee Stacey and Tyrail Jermane Hardick all have bonds set at $200,000, facing charges of aggravated robbery. 

A fifth suspect, a juvenile, is still on the run.

Powered by Frankly
All content © Copyright 2000 - 2019 RAMAR. All Rights Reserved.
For more information on this site, please read our Privacy Policy, and Terms of Service, and Ad Choices.