Two Charged in Greenville Co. Robberies

Occurred on Sept. 11

Seth Stokes
September 13, 2017 - 9:06 am

From the Greenville Co. Sheriff's Office

Deputies from the Greenville County Sheriff’s Office have arrested 22 year-old, Steven Sitez Miller and 20 year old, Ieshua Nicole Taylor in connection with multiple armed robberies that occurred Monday night in Greenville County.

After an initial robbery was reported in Greenville City, deputies received their first call just after 8:40pm, about a robbery at the Westside Quick Shop, located at 821 W. Parker Road. During that incident, the suspect fired at least one gunshot, however no injuries were reported. Roughly 10 minutes later, another robbery was reported at the Hot Spot, located at 3000 W. Blue Ridge Drive; roughly one mile from the original location.

Finally, deputies responded to the BP gas station, located at 3053 White Horse Road, just after 9:20pm, in regards to another armed robbery. During this incident, another gunshot was reported. As the suspect was fleeing the store, an employee at the store fired at least one shot towards the suspect. The suspect did suffer a gunshot wound to his foot; however it is unclear whether it was from the discharging of his own weapon, or the store employee’s firearm.

After the third robbery, deputies were able to locate the suspect vehicle, which was parked near the BP gas station and occupied by Taylor, who was determined to have accompanied Miller during the robberies. A short time later, Miller was located and apprehended on foot. Investigators were called to the scene and have since charged Miller with three counts of Armed Robbery and three counts of Possession of a Weapon During a Violent Crime and Taylor was charged with three counts of Armed Robbery. Both Miller and Taylor are currently in the Greenville County Detention Center.

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