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Two arrested in Southland Park robbery

Jarron Donnerson (Courtesy West Memphis Police) Jarron Donnerson (Courtesy West Memphis Police)
Brandon Maxwell (Courtesy West Memphis Police) Brandon Maxwell (Courtesy West Memphis Police)

WEST MEMPHIS, AR (WMC-TV) - West Memphis police have arrested two juveniles in connection to the November 7 robbery at Southland Gaming Park.

Police arrested Jarron Donnerson and Brandon Maxwell, both 17-years-old, charging them both as adults in the crime.  The pair is currently being held at the Crittenden County Detention Center.

In a press release, West Memphis Police Captain Donald Oaks said investigators were searching for two additional suspects, identified as Gary Tyree Weathersby, 22, and Deven Jerome Smith, 18.

A $1,000 reward has been issued for information that leads to the arrest of the pair.

Surveillance cameras at Southland Greyhound Park captured every angle of the robbery.

Just after 1:30pm on November 7th, three armed robbers stormed the main entrance of the casino with guns drawn, and headed straight for a cash booth.

The trio surrounded a clerk, who frantically handed over $600. Then the suspects left in a Chevy Aveo. The entire incident happened in a span of less than a minute.

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