MEMPHIS, Tenn. (WMC) - Memphis police officers arrested a man accused of robbing two people at gunpoint in a church parking lot.
Officers said Jarquavious Murry approached two men in the parking lot of a church on Hartland Avenue near Chelsea Avenue.
The victims said Murry pointed a gun at them, forced them to get on the ground, and took their wallets.
The victims got in their car and followed Murry and stopped police for help.
Police said a stolen revolver was also found hidden under the air filter in the hood of Murry's car.
Murry faces charges of aggravated robbery.