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Four Armed Robbery Suspects Arrested in Columbus

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Armed Robbery Suspects Arrested

COLUMBUS, Ind. 12/11/20– The Columbus Police Department (CPD) arrested four Seymour, Indiana men in connection with an armed robbery.

According to Columbus Police Department, officers were dispatched to the 3100 block of North National Rd around 1:30 p.m. after a man was reportedly pistol whipped and robbed.

CPD found a suspected victim who was battered and struck with a handgun. According to reports, the victim was taken to Columbus Regional Hospital for medical treatment of non-life threatening injuries.

Law enforcement reports stated that a description of the suspects and one of the vehicles they were traveling in was obtained during the investigation.

A short time later the suspects were apprehended by an Indiana State Police trooper and deputies from the Bartholomew County Sheriff’s Office.

According to the law enforcement officers, one suspect was armed with a handgun, and all four suspects were summarily arrested and taken to the Bartholomew County Jail.

Armed Robbery Suspects

Luis Javier Rivera Salaman, 37, Jorge Nelson Ramos Barbosa, 25, and Giovanny Abdiel Hernandez Acevedo, 21, all of Seymour, face charges of armed robbery and battery with a deadly weapon.

Emmanuel Gil Peralta, 19, also of Seymour faces an armed robbery charge.

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