Valley police arrest Taco Bell robbers

tstevens@ledger-enquirer.comJanuary 8, 2013 

Two men were arrested and charged with robbery Monday after allegedly holding up a Taco Bell in Valley, Ala., according to a Valley Police Department press release. The manager of the 20th Avenue Taco Bell told police Valintez Edmonson, 21, and Saterio Potts, 21, followed employees into the store at about 9 a.m. while workers were preparing for the day. The men are accused of pulling out handguns and robbing them. None of the five employees on duty reported injuries. After responding to the scene, police saw Edmonson and Potts running from the back of Taco Bell towards a neighborhood north of the restaurant. Both men were later found hiding in a back yard about a block away. Two handguns and an undisclosed amount of cash, which was reportedly taken from the store, was found on Edmonson and Potts during the arrest. Both Edmonson and Potts were charged with first degree robbery. They were transported to the Valley Police Department, where both admitted to the robbery. They are being held in Chambers County Detention facility.

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