New charges and details after BCU student forced into car at gunpoint
New charges for two men accused of forcing a Briar Cliff University student into a car at gunpoint last month.
Court documents say Robert Wilson, was getting into a car on campus with the intention of purchasing marijuana, when he was robbed at gunpoint. Documents say 18 year-old Trey Boykin was driving the car while 23 year-old Gerry Patterson was in the passenger seat holding a gun. The two men took about 300 dollars from Wilson, according to court documents. Wilson was let go on Stone Park Boulevard unharmed.
Boykin and Patterson are both charged with robbery and assault while participating in a felony. Boykin faces an additional charge of aiding and abetting.
Patterson, is also charged with being a felon in possession of a firearm. He has pled not guilty to the charges. Patterson has a bond hearing set for March 21.
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