Officers say that 33-year-old Justin Pompey walked into the Emerald Coast Coin Laundry on 11th Street. Pompey allegedly confronted the cashier and told her to leave because he was about to rob the business. The cashier left the scene and contacted police. When officers arrived on scene, they located Pompey and arrested him following a struggle.
Pompey was taken into custody and charged with attempted robbery and resisting an officer without violence. No additional details were made available and it is unclear at this time whether Pompey remains in custody.
Bay County Robbery LawsA charge of robbery in Bay County and throughout Florida can cause a major disruption to your life. Robbery charges vary in severity depending on the circumstances of your case, including whether a deadly weapon was used in the commission of the crime and whether certain mitigating or aggravating factors apply to the case itself. All robbery charges, however, are classified as felonies and all carry serious implications, including impacts on your ability to obtain employment and a loss of important personal rights that come along with being a convicted felon.
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