CONYERS -- The second suspect sought in connection with a September armed robbery has turned himself in to authorities, according to the Rockdale County Sheriff's Office.
Investigator Michael Camp said Keziah Derrick Webster, 20, of a Conyers address, turned himself in at the Peach County Sheriff's Office and was picked up by a Rockdale transport deputy and brought to the Rockdale County Jail on Nov. 14. He is charged with aggravated assault and armed robbery.
According to a report by the RCSO, Webster and Jimmy Lee Price, 31, of 1157 Pinedale Circle, Conyers robbed a 27-year-old man on Tall Oaks Drive on Sept. 22. Price was arrested on Oct. 16 and remains in the jail on charges of armed robbery and willful obstruction of law enforcement officers.
The robbery victim told the Sheriff's Office that he was leaving Lotus Bistro, a bar at 1381 Iris Drive, at about 2:40 a.m. on Sept. 22 when Price approached him and asked for a ride "down the street."
The victim said he took Price to the 900 building on Tall Oaks Drive. The victim said Price had just gotten out of the car when Price and another suspect came at him with bandannas covering their faces. One of the suspects pointed a black revolver at the victim's face and told him to get out of the car, according to the RCSO report. One of the suspects held the victim face down on the ground with the barrel of the gun at the back of his neck while the other suspect searched the victim's pockets, reportedly saying, "Give me the money," and "Where's the money?"
The victim said the suspects zip-tied his hands behind his back and began to look through his car. When they attempted to put him in the trunk of the car, the victim told deputies he jerked away and ran through the woods to his apartment. The victim said he was able to cut off one of the zip ties and call 911.
The victim said he had only a cell phone, a Georgia ID and car keys on him.
The victim's car was recovered by the RCSO on Tall Oaks Drive and processed for evidence.
During the robbery the victim said he also saw a third man wearing a ski mask over his face who appeared to be videotaping the incident. No information about that man has been uncovered by the Sheriff's Office.