Suspect Arrested in Jacksonville Shooting Death, ATM Robberies

Suspect Arrested in Jacksonville Shooting Death, ATM Robberies

Lerome Deshawn Kelley, 19, is charged in Dec. 13 robbery-turned shooting that left the victim dead. He's also charged in three other robberies.
JACKSONVILLE, AR - A suspect has been arrested in a deadly Jacksonville shooting.

Lerome Deshawn Kelley, 19, is charged with capital murder in the Friday night ATM robbery that claimed the life of Marcus Israel, 23.

It happened in the 600 Block of West Main Street. 

According to the Jacksonville Police Department, Kelley has also been charged with Aggravated Robbery and Theft of Property in the following incidents:
  • On December 13, 2013, at approximately 8 p.m., an employee, of Sonic Drive In located at 1808 West Main Street, was robbed at gunpoint. The suspect approached the victim employee near the dumpster and pointed a gun at him and took his money. 
  • On November 30, 2013, at approximately midnight, a subject was robbed at gunpoint while at the ATM located at 101 Gregory Place. The suspect approached the victim’s vehicle and pointed a gun at him and took his cell phone.
  • On November 28, 2013, at approximately 10:45 p.m., a subject was robbed at gunpoint while at the ATM located at 101 Gregory Place. The suspect approached the victim’s vehicle and pointed a gun at him and took his cell phone along with cash.
Police say Kelley is basically homeless but had stayed with different people in Jacksonville.


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