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Robbery suspect had long record

The oldest of three suspects charged in connection with two armed robberies in Fairlawn has served time in prison and his female co-defendant has an outstanding drug charge, court records show.
According to records on file with the Virginia Judicial System website, 48-year-old Anthony Curtis Mannon of Pulaski served time in prison and jail in connection with 1987 and 2001 convictions in Pulaski County for distribution of Oxycodone, breaking and entering, malicious wounding, unlawful wounding and possession of marijuana with intent to distribute.
Records show Mannon was sentenced to four years on each of two Oxycodone distribution convictions and one breaking and entering convictions. He pleaded guilty to all three charges, the website states. The sentences were ordered to run consecutively (one after another) and a total of seven years, seven months of the 12-year sentence was suspended.
Mannon was brought back to Pulaski County Circuit Court in 2007 on revocation charges on each of the three convictions, according to court records. It appears two years of the suspended sentence was revoked and then re-suspended at that time.
A second suspect in the Oct. 30 robberies, Angela Marie Smith, 26, was awaiting a preliminary hearing on a charge of manufacture and sale a controlled substance when she was arrested in connection with the robberies.
Based on court records, Smith’s hearing on the Aug. 26 drug charge is set for Feb. 8. She also has a conviction for shoplifting stemming from a May 17 incident.
Mannon and Smith were arrested along with 18-year-old Ernest Logan Draper in connection with the robberies.
Draper is charged with two counts each of armed robbery and using a firearm in the commission of a felony; and Mannon and Smith each face two counts of conspiring to commit armed robbery.
Troy’s, a pizza and sandwich shop, and King Buffet, an Asian food restaurant, were robbed within four minutes of each other just after 9 p.m. Friday, Oct. 30. The businesses are located in separate, adjoining shopping centers off Route 114 at Fairlawn.
In both cases, a white male entered the restaurant displaying a firearm and demanding money, and then fled on foot.

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Robbery suspect had long record

The oldest of three suspects charged in connection with two armed robberies in Fairlawn has served time in prison and his female co-defendant has an outstanding drug charge, court records show.
According to records on file with the Virginia Judicial System website, 48-year-old Anthony Curtis Mannon of Pulaski served time in prison and jail in connection with 1987 and 2001 convictions in Pulaski County for distribution of Oxycodone, breaking and entering, malicious wounding, unlawful wounding and possession of marijuana with intent to distribute.
Records show Mannon was sentenced to four years on each of two Oxycodone distribution convictions and one breaking and entering convictions. He pleaded guilty to all three charges, the website states. The sentences were ordered to run consecutively (one after another) and a total of seven years, seven months of the 12-year sentence was suspended.
Mannon was brought back to Pulaski County Circuit Court in 2007 on revocation charges on each of the three convictions, according to court records. It appears two years of the suspended sentence was revoked and then re-suspended at that time.
A second suspect in the Oct. 30 robberies, Angela Marie Smith, 26, was awaiting a preliminary hearing on a charge of manufacture and sale a controlled substance when she was arrested in connection with the robberies.
Based on court records, Smith’s hearing on the Aug. 26 drug charge is set for Feb. 8. She also has a conviction for shoplifting stemming from a May 17 incident.
Mannon and Smith were arrested along with 18-year-old Ernest Logan Draper in connection with the robberies.
Draper is charged with two counts each of armed robbery and using a firearm in the commission of a felony; and Mannon and Smith each face two counts of conspiring to commit armed robbery.
Troy’s, a pizza and sandwich shop, and King Buffet, an Asian food restaurant, were robbed within four minutes of each other just after 9 p.m. Friday, Oct. 30. The businesses are located in separate, adjoining shopping centers off Route 114 at Fairlawn.
In both cases, a white male entered the restaurant displaying a firearm and demanding money, and then fled on foot.

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