Man Snatched Laptop From Woman's Hands at Brentwood Bread Co., Police Say

Terrell Holley also is charged with nine robberies, forcible sodomy and attempted forcible rape in the city of St. Louis.

A man is accused of helping snatch a laptop computer from a woman’s hands as she sat in a Brentwood restaurant.

Terrell Holley, 18, of the 5300 block of Terry Avenue in St. Louis, was charged March 26 with second-degree robbery.

Brentwood Police said Holley and another man forced a laptop computer from a woman’s hands as she sat inside St. Louis Bread Co., 1909 South Brentwood Blvd., at 9:02 p.m. May 7, 2012.

Holley held the door open so his accomplice could make a quick exit while holding the computer with two hands, according to a court document.

Holley also faces 21 charges in the city of St. Louis, including nine counts of first-degree robbery and attempted robbery, forcible sodomy, attempted forcible rape, two counts of kidnapping and six counts of armed criminal action.

He is being held in the city of St. Louis Justice Center in lieu of a $100,000 cash bond on the city of St. Louis charges. Bail was set at $40,000 for the Brentwood robbery charge.

For more crime information on Maplewood-Brentwood Patch, see the following articles.

  • Florissant Man Charged In Brentwood First Bank Robbery


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