Police Charge Kim With Robbery At Marijuana Deal

Wednesday, August 23, 2017
Caleb Kim
Caleb Kim

Police have charged 19-year-old Caleb H. Kim in connection with a robbery during a marijuana transaction.

Kim, of 1059 Stanley Ave., is charged with aggravated robbery.

A 16-year-old said Kim pulled up next to his house on Pinewood Drive to sell him $20 worth of marijuana. He said when he got in the car that Kim said something to a female in the back.

The 16-year-old said he did not know the female was there. He said, when he looked back, she grabbed him around the neck with her right arm and smacked him in the side of the head with a gun.

He said she told him, "You already know what it is."

The teen said he jumped out as the car began to drive off. He said he thought they were going to take him somewhere and killed him.

He called police after running home.

He said his cell phone and $18 were taken.

The phone was located using by the side of Gunbarrel Road using an IPhone locator. He did not get the $18 back.

The teen picked Kim out of a photo lineup. He said he was driving a red Ford Mustang with white stripes. Police found a red Ford Mustang with white stripes in Kim's back yard.  



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