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Dublin man facing new charges in Radford

By MELINDA WILLIAMS

melinda@southwesttimes.com

RADFORD — A Dublin man charged in Radford earlier this month with malicious wounding now faces multiple other charges in connection with an armed robbery there earlier this summer.

Jaylin Bryce Nowlin, 18, of Dublin, and David Marcel Bishop, 19, of Radford, are charged in a June 22 armed robbery in the 400 block of Fairfax Street, according to Radford City spokeswoman Jenni Wilder.

Each of the suspects are being held without bond at New River Valley Regional Jail on charges of accessory to armed burglary, wearing a mask, conspiracy to commit robbery, use of a firearm in the commission of a robbery, use of a firearm in the commission of burglary, and conspiracy to commit armed burglary.

Wilder said the armed robbery remains under investigation. Anyone having information related to the case is asked to contact Radford Police Department Sgt. Jerry Holdaway at Jerry.Holdaway@radfordva.gov or 540-267-3212.

Radford authorities arrested Nowlin earlier this month on charges of malicious wounding, public drunkenness, underage possession of alcohol and urinating in public, in connection with a Sept. 9 fight in the 1100 block of Fairfax Street. Nowlin and his co-defendant, Armani Ivryn Smith, 19, of Fredericksburg, were found to have facial injuries when police arrived on the scene of the 1:10 a.m. incident.

According to jail records, a $5,000 secured bond had been set for Nowlin Sept. 13 in the wounding case. Unless the court sets a bond on the new charges, he will not be able to be released from custody on that bond.

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