The Richmond Register

October 10, 2012

Police arrest man in Quality Quarters attempted robbery

By Ronica Shannon
Senior News Writer

RICHMOND — A man was arrested Monday and charged with attempted robbery after Richmond police found him behind Subway on Leighway Drive.  

Triston R. Riley, 25, of Barnes Mill Road, is being charged with first-degree attempted robbery after police say he brandished a knife to a clerk and demanded money.

Richmond police were dispatched Monday to Quality Quarters on N. Killarney Lane at approximately 1:15 p.m., according to Richmond Police Chief Larry Brock.

“When the clerk resisted the robber’s order, the suspect fled from the business,” Brock said. “A description of the suspect was broadcast (to law enforcement officers) and a short time later, an officer located a man fitting Riley's description behind Subway.”

He later was positively identified as Riley.

He was charged after a police station interview, Brock said.

Riley is being held at the Madison County Detention Center.

Other crime:

• A representative of Elite Martial Arts on Atwood Drive reported Monday the catalytic converters had been cut from two of the company’s vans over the weekend. The estimated loss is $1,597.

• A visitor attending a party at a residence in the 400 block of E. Main Street reported Sunday that her Apple iPhone 4S had been stolen during the morning.

The estimated loss is $800.

•A resident in the 600 block of Four Mile Road reported Sunday that several items had been stolen from his unlocked vehicle.

The following items were reported missing: A blue iPod Nano; a silver iPod Classic, 160GB; two Dewalt 12-volt cordless drills; and a Dewalt tool bag containing various hand tools. The estimated loss is $800.

Anyone with information about these cases should call the Richmond Police Department at 623-1162.