DOVER POLICE NEWS BEAT Javon Williams waltzed past the help wanted sign at Best Buy with his trusty gun and ordered a new iPhone at threat of extinction.
DOVER, DELAWARE – Dumb is as dumb does. There was a desire on the part of Javon Williams to own an expensive iPhone, but apparently, the alleged dirtbag armed robber didn’t notice the help-wanted sign at Best Buy and just decided to help himself with the assistance of what is likely to be a stolen gun. That’s right, kids, most criminals don’t obey gun laws like the liberals pass every time the clowns convene a session of the state legislature, and the leftists just want to take your 2nd Amendment Rights and your guns while letting the criminals out on bail to prey on you and your family.
According to Dover Police Master Corporal Ryan Schmid, the Dover Police Department has arrested Javon Williams, 19, of Magnolia, DE, on Robbery and related charges following an incident at Best Buy on July 6, 2023.
The investigation began at 4:22 p.m. when Dover Police Department received a call for an armed robbery that had just occurred at Best Buy. Officers responded to the scene and contacted the victim, an employee of the business, who advised the suspect entered the store, displayed a handgun, and demanded they turn over an iPhone. The employee complied and turned over the iPhone and other property.
DIPSTICK JAVON DROPPED THE STOLEN PHONE AS HE RAN LIKE A PLUCKED CHICKEN TO HIS GETAWAY CAR
The suspect dropped the iPhone while running from the scene and fled in a silver Ford Fusion with a Delaware registration. The information was relayed to Officers, and the vehicle was located traveling southbound on North Dupont Highway in the area of East Division Street. Officers attempted to stop the vehicle; however, the vehicle failed to stop and continued southbound to River Road, where it collided with another vehicle. Williams exited the vehicle, fled on foot toward the Relax Inn, and surrendered when Dover Police K-9 Asher and his handler arrived on the scene.
Detectives located clothing and property from the robbery inside of Williams’ vehicle following the execution of a search warrant.
Williams was transported to Dover Police where he was processed and arraigned.
Williams was committed to SCI on $73,100 secured bail on the following charges:
-Robbery in the First Degree
-Possession of a Firearm During the Commission of a Felony
-Possession of a Firearm by a Person Prohibited
-Wearing a Disguise During the Commission of a Felony
-Disregarding a Police Officer’s Sigal
-Failure to Have Insurance Identification in Possession