A third man has been arrested after a downtown Charleston grocery store was robbed last month.
Two armed men entered the King Street Grocery at 435 King St. about 8:30 p.m. June 5 and robbed it, according to Charleston police.
Daniel Myers, 23, of Read Street in North Charleston was arrested Tuesday and charged with armed robbery and possession of a firearm during the commission of a violent crime.
Chris Jamal Rickenbacker, 25, of Marlboro Place in North Charleston was arrested July 3 and charged with armed robbery.
Antwan Dominique Bowman, 24, of Orange Grove Road was arrested July 8 and charged with armed robbery and obstruction of justice.
Bowman worked at the store and is accused of planning the robbery with Myers and Rickenbacker and then intentionally providing false information and withholding information from investigators, police spokesman Charles Francis said. Bowman was fired from his job at the store after the robbery, Francis said.
All three men were being held in the Charleston County jail Tuesday.
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