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September 29, 2023

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Three University students indicted for aggravated robbery

A grand jury indicted the three University students involved in the armed robbery that happened on Oct. 8.

Thomas James, 21; Thomas Kolleh, 19; and Timothy Sewell Jr., 21, all of Bowling Green, were indicted Wednesday for aggravated robbery and aggravated burglary, both first degree felonies, said Maj. Tony Hetrick, deputy chief of the Bowling Green Police Division.

The robbery occurred at 524 N. Enterprise St., where the three men allegedly held two victims at gun point and stole their marijuana shortly after a drug deal.

Sewell, who lives in the apartment complex next door, was initially arrested on Oct. 9 for trafficking in drugs but was later connected to the robbery, Hetrick said.

Police discovered Sewell had set up the initial transaction of drugs before the robbery took place, Hetrick said.

James and Kolleh were arrested after police posted a picture online of them walking in Offenhauer Towers, he said.

James, an Offenhauer resident, contacted police after seeing himself in the picture and came down to the station, Hetrick said. After further questioning, he was arrested on Oct. 11.

Kolleh, a Kreischer resident, was arrested Oct. 14.

Police have issued a warrant for Sewell’s arrest while James and Kolleh are currently in custody, Hetrick said.

James and Kolleh’s preliminary hearing is set for 9 a.m. Monday, according to municipal court dockets.

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