Bail hearings set for two of four people charged in robbery

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Published on July 28, 2014

Four people who police believe were responsible for a series of robberies in St. John’s and Mount Pearl over the weekend were back in provincial court in St. John’s Monday. Justin James Anderson, Gordon Henry White, Devon Chezanne Hart (pictured) and Aleshia Dawn O’Regan, are charged in connection with a holdup at an Ultramar gas station. — Photo by Rosie Mullaley/The Telegram

Published on July 28, 2014

Four people who police believe were responsible for a series of robberies in St. John’s and Mount Pearl over the weekend were back in provincial court in St. John’s Monday. Justin James Anderson, Gordon Henry White (pictured), Devon Chezanne Hart and Aleshia Dawn O’Regan, are charged in connection with a holdup at an Ultramar gas station. — Photo by Rosie Mullaley/The Telegram

Published on July 28, 2014

Four people who police believe were responsible for a series of robberies in St. John’s and Mount Pearl over the weekend were back in provincial court in St. John’s Monday. Justin James Anderson (pictured), Gordon Henry White, Devon Chezanne Hart and Aleshia Dawn O’Regan, are charged in connection with a holdup at an Ultramar gas station. — Photo by Rosie Mullaley/The Telegram

Other two due back in court next month

Two of four people charged in connection with a robbery at a St. John’s gas station during the weekend are scheduled to have bail hearing later this week.

Justin James Anderson and Gordon Henry White were back in provincial court in St. John’s Monday. Lawyers agreed to schedule their bail hearing for Thursday.

The two others — Devon Chezanne Hart and Aleshia Dawn O’Regan — also returned before a judge. They opted to return to custody until their next court appearance Aug. 11.

“Sorry Justin. Loves ya,” O’Regan said, speaking to a TV reporter’s camera outside Courtroom No. 7.

The four are suspected of holding up an Ultramar gas station shortly after 3 a.m. Saturday.

However, the RNC believes the group was also involved in two other robberies, which happened the same night.

In addition to the incident at Ultramar, officers were called to a Subway restaurant on Commonwealth Avenue in Mount Pearl and a Tim Hortons on Portugal Cove Road. The latter business is located a short distance from the Ultramar station targeted overnight. All three incidents were reported to police within a 30-minute period.

No charges have yet been laid in connection with these two robberies.

The four suspects — who range in ages from 20 to 23 — have each been charged with a single count of robbery.

Hart, O’Regan and White face additional charges for allegedly breaching court orders.

 

rmullaley@thetelegram.com

Twitter: @TelyCourt

Organizations: Ultramar, Tim Hortons

Geographic location: Commonwealth Avenue, Mount Pearl, Portugal Cove Road

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  • tom
    July 29, 2014 - 07:54

    No bail for 3 of them. If your on probation or bail and you are picked up for breaking conditions you should be locked up until your trial or finish your sentence. They have proven they cannot be out with conditions so keep them locked up. Why do we have such a week justice system here.