Three men accused of holding up pair of Mount Pleasant men on Coleman Boulevard

(From left) Randi Jarrell Parks, 25, of Eastover; Darren Keith Belt, 26, of Buskirk Avenue in North Charleston; and Ricky Hayes, 31, of North Shadow Drive in Mount Pleasant. All were arrested on armed robbery charges on Tuesday, May 7 by Mount Pleasant police.

Three men are behind bars after police say they held up a pair of men in Mount Pleasant early this morning.

Police said the two Mount Pleasant men were walking home on Coleman Boulevard after leaving Art’s Bar at around 2:21 a.m. when three men wearing black clothing approached them.

A Mount Pleasant police officer saw the pair approached by the three men from across the street. The officer unholstered his gun because he said it looked like the pair were being robbed, the report stated. The officer ran across the street and the three dark-clothed men ran away.

One of the alleged victims told the officer that one of the suspects had pointed a gun at his face. He also told police that one of the suspects touched him and his friend in the stomach with the gun and said “Give me everything you got,” the report stated. The men gave the suspects their wallets and phones, it stated.

Darren Keith Belt, 26, of Buskirk Avenue in North Charleston, Randi Jarrell Parks, 25, of Eastover, and Ricky Hayes, 31, of North Shadow Drive in Mount Pleasant, were all arrested and charged with armed robbery.


Reach Natalie Caula at 937-5594 or Twitter.com/ncaula.

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