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Police arrest three more in Bell Arthur robbery

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Jemond Sivanige Dickens Jemond Sivanige Dickens
Anastaasia Shaantanese El-Amin Anastaasia Shaantanese El-Amin
Brittany Lanet Staton Brittany Lanet Staton
Krystle LeShaun Bell Krystle LeShaun Bell
GREENVILLE, N.C. - On January 8, the U.S. Marshal’s Fugitive Task Force located all three suspects with outstanding warrants in the case of an armed robbery which occurred on December 29 in Bell Arthur. 

All three suspects were located in Sharpsburg and transported back to Pitt County.  

Jemond Dickens of Tarboro, Brittany Staton of Pinetops, and Anastaasia Shaantanese El-Amin of Rocky Mount were all arrested on January 8th. All three are being charged with robbery with a dangerous weapon, assault with a deadly weapon with intent to kill and inflict serious injury, 1st degree burglary, and 1st degree kidnapping.

Pitt County Sheriff's Deputies previously arrested Krystle Bell of Pinetops for accessory after the fact in this case.  

Grant Ellis Beacom reported on December 29 that he was robbed inside his home on Bruce Strickland Road in Bell Arthur.  The investigation revealed that Beacom had placed an ad on Craig’s List.  He had several email communications from a female identifying herself as Alexis Bryant setting up a time to meet at the victim’s residence.
 
The female had another female and one male ride with her to Beacom's house.  Once she was inside for a while, the other two ran in with a shotgun and what appeared to be a handgun.  They severely beat Beacom, tied him up, robbed him, and left. 
 
Beacom’s credit cards and identification were found on the side of the road in Pinetops.
 
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