CAMBRIDGE, Ohio -- Charges have been filed against a Cambridge man suspected in connection with an armed robbery that took place on Cambridge's west side earlier this week.
26-year-old James Baldwin III was charged with a felony three count of robbery in Cambridge Municipal Court on Friday morning.
According to Cambridge Police Detectives, officers responded to a call of an armed robbery on Wednesday at approximately 11:00 a.m. at the Secrest Carry Out, located at the corner of Steubenville Avenue and N. 1st Street. A suspect, believed by authorities to be Baldwin, reportedly entered the store, held the clerk at gunpoint and demanded money. The suspect then fled on foot, with an undisclosed amount of cash.
A number of tips, phoned in by concerned residents, reportedly helped Police locate and identify Baldwin at a residence on Gomber Avenue. Baldwin was arrested and remains in custody in the Guernsey County Jail. Bond has been set for the suspect at $25,000 with no ten percent allowed.