New Jersey man arrested after armed robbery in Floyd County

According to a Floyd County Police Department incident report, On December 15th, 2022, at 1:33 AM, Officer Bray was dispatched to Georgia Ave in reference to an armed robbery call. Officer Bray spoke with the complainant’s who stated two white guys, and one had blue eyes and a bandanna on his face, was beating on the window of his truck with a pistol. The victim stated he opened his door, and the male told him, “to give me all your f**king cash”. The victim stated the male had taken his wallet, driver’s license, title to his truck, title to his Harley, and title to his dirt bike, keys to his truck, and $2500 Dollars in Cash. The victim also stated the males had kidnapped his girlfriend and left in a black dodge pickup truck heading toward Alabama. The second victim stated the same thing, and that one of the male’s told him to empty his pockets and put a gun to his head. The victim stated when he turned to look at the male, he told him “not to look at him, or he would kill him” while pressing his head into the dashboard. The victim’s received several Facebook Messages from the girlfriend’s account statement to send $500 Dollars to her cash app. Another message was sent later stating, “I told this b***h she keep fighting she will be the first to f**king go send $200, and I will release her to you not playing boy”. After further investigation on December 18th, Terrence Lee Shellhas, 30, of Williamstown, New Jersey, was arrested at the Floyd County Police Department and booked into the Floyd County Jail, charged with robbery, pointing or aiming a gun at another, and felony theft.

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