Sunday November 29th, 2015 10:57AM

Toccoa residents charged with armed robbery outside Clayton Walmart

By Rob Moore Reporter
CLAYTON - Rabun County is reporting its second armed robbery of an individual in a week.<br /> <br /> Sheriff Frank Andrews reports the most recent one occurred about 8 p.m. Thursday in the parking lot of the Clayton Walmart.<br /> <br /> Dustin Cabe, 27, of Franklin, N.C., placed a call to Rabun County Dispatch stating three men took an undisclosed amount of cash from him at gunpoint.<br /> <br /> Cabe followed the men's vehicle south on Georgia 15 (U.S. 441).<br /> <br /> Rabun County sheriff's deputies stopped the vehicle and arrested three people:<br /> <br /> * Cameron Gholston, 26, of Toccoa, charged with armed robbery and use of a firearm by a convicted felon during the commission of a crime; <br /> <br /> * Madaysha Moorer, 22, of Toccoa, charged with armed robbery; and<br /> <br /> * Marcus Quillian, 24, of Toccoa, charged with armed robbery.<br /> <br /> The victim's money was recovered following the arrest, according to case agent Lt. Jack Tanksley.<br /> <br /> The case remains under investigation.<br /> <br /> On May 24, two people were arrested after allegedly taking an undetermined amount of cash from a Mountain City woman at gunpoint.
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