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Three Paris teens charged in aggravated robbery

Posted: Friday, October 22, 2010 2:39 pm

Three Paris teenagers have been charged with aggravated robbery in a violent shotgun attack on a customer at a bank drive thru.

Police arrested two 18-year-olds, Trevor Allen Sartor and Trevor James Wicks, Tuesday. A third suspect, Brandon Garrett Taylor, 19, was arrested Thursday, when he turned himself in to the Lamar County Sheriff's Office.

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  • concerned posted at 6:18 pm on Mon, Nov 1, 2010.

    concerned Posts: 5

    First off, they didnt rob a store. Read the article. They robbed a woman at the night drop box at the Bank of America. Everyone is judging these boys based one bad decision they made. I understand that its a horrible thing thats been done. These boys are terrified and remorseful of their actions. I know this because I know them, write them, and visit them. The woman deserves justice, and the boys arent arguing that. They werent thinking at the time, but they now see it from another perspective. They would not be happy if it were their mother, girlfriend, sister..etc. They know they are facing hard time.. and they are very sorry for their actions.

  • pjcstudent posted at 12:24 pm on Fri, Oct 29, 2010.

    pjcstudent Posts: 1

    it makes me sick to see people defending these men they knew exactly what they were doing and deserve whatever they get.. i work at a convenience store and was at work the morning they robbed that store and i was terrified. i shouldn't have to be so scared to be at work. People say well the economy is so bad but that's why i have a job to EARN my money if they needed it so bad they should get a job. I'm so glad they caught these boys and i hope that prison will teach them a lesson

  • Rhonda posted at 11:42 am on Tue, Oct 26, 2010.

    Rhonda Posts: 2

    These economic times make people do strange and extreme things to survive.
    You never kknow this could have been the case with the boys. Now there whole lives will be changed forever because of one stupid mistake on there part. This is just a sign of hard hard times are getting .

  • tbeshirs posted at 10:00 am on Tue, Oct 26, 2010.

    tbeshirs Posts: 2

    Second Chances??? I just really don't know!!! If they had made Larry Wooten do the whole 12 years in jail for the first Robbery instead of 2+ yrs then letting him out, all would be alive today. Instead they gave him a second chance, let him out for what, time served or good behavior, and look what happened. I believe they need to have severe conseqences for their actions and maybe, hopefully no one gets hurt in the long run! The thing is that everyone says.. but they were such good people and fine young men, but around their peers or in the quiet of their rooms it might not be so. There are so many kids that have problems that no one ever knew they had.

  • parismom posted at 5:59 pm on Mon, Oct 25, 2010.

    parismom Posts: 2

    I know Trevor Wicks personally And he is a good kid! We have spent alot of time with him and he has always gave us the upmost respect! He just got mixed up with the wrong people and doing the wrong things. I believe everyone should get a second chance in life we all make mistakes no one is perfect and some times kids make big ones but this may have been gods plan to show these boys what can happen when you make wrong choices. My heart goes out to the women that this happen to . My heart goes out to the families of these boys and we will continue to pray for all of you.

  • True American posted at 3:14 pm on Mon, Oct 25, 2010.

    True American Posts: 1

    I don’t feel sorry for these kids, I feel sorry for the law-abiding citizens they terrorized. They new what they were doing, trying to HARD thinking they are cool or something to that affect, when in fact they were being stupid, and they are going to get what they deserve a 6 x 6 jail cell for a long time. If anybody thinks that I am being to hard on them because of their age or the they were raised, then just imagine if it was one of your loved ones they did it too!

  • sososad posted at 3:14 am on Sat, Oct 23, 2010.

    sososad Posts: 1

    [sad] i worked with trevor sartor, he was a very respectful, caring person. the job that he had put him under a lot of pressure. but he was always kind and went out of his way to help fellow employees. he was just a kid. didnt use drugs, was happy with school and had a great mother who worked their also and she was very protective of him and proud of him. you could tell they both loved each other very much. very good people. iam so sad ! i dont know what happened . it is so hard to except. God bless you both

  • paris mom posted at 10:49 pm on Fri, Oct 22, 2010.

    paris mom Posts: 2

    I am still having trouble coping with what these young men did, I cannot help but to have pitty on thier poor souls and I keep asking myself why really why would you throw your life away like that, just what was going on in their heads and what can we in this town do to help our young adults stay out of trouble,there has to be something . just asking is thier enough policemen.and what ever happened to neighhood crime watches.Guys I want you all to know we love yall, however you all will have to pay the price for the crimes you all commited .AllI ask from each of you to please stay out of trouble listen and give your upmost respect to your superiors.BEST OF luck

  • concerned posted at 10:00 pm on Fri, Oct 22, 2010.

    concerned Posts: 5




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