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Man accused of stealing counterfeit money, sex toys during armed robbery
BATON ROUGE- A man is facing an armed robbery charge for his role in a theft earlier this year.
At 11 p.m. on February 2, Anthony Boyd, Justin Jenkins, and Henry Williams robbed a victim in her apartment on Town South Avenue. According to the arrest report, Boyd pointed a black handgun at the woman and asked her "where is the money."
The victim explained that she gave the men $5,000 worth of fake money used for promotional purposes. The arrest report states that Boyd took the money, the victim's cellphone, and a bag containing sex toys.
The suspects left the scene in a dark-colored SUV, which was later determined to belong to Jenkins.
Boyd was arrested Wednesday and charged with one count of armed robbery.
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