The DeKalb County State’s Attorney is seeking to have three suspects in a Monday night armed robbery in Sycamore held without bond.
First Assistant State’s Attorney Stephanie Klein says the state wants to keep the suspects behind bars while they prosecute; the trio are charged with a holdup at the 7-11 store on West State Street, during which a clerk was shot twice.
Charged are 26-year-old Tevin Woods of Chicago, 21-year-old D’Angelo Bryant of Indianapolis and 28-year-old Terrance Storey from Chicago; police say Storey told them he fired the gun in an attempt to scare the clerk – but instead hit him in the lower body.
All are charged with Class X felony counts of armed robbery and armed violence; Storey could face anywhere from 31 years to life in prison if convicted…while the others could get anywhere from 21 to 45 years in prison.
The Daily Chronicle says Public Defender Tom McCullough automatically received five days to review the state’s request for no bond; the case has been continued to next Monday, at which time Judge Robbin Stuckert is expected to rule.
The 45-year-old victim is recovering from his gunshot wounds at Kishwaukee Hospital.