Logan Police make arrests in aggravated robbery case

Logan City Police officers were able to apprehend and arrest those involved in an aggravated robbery at the Common Cents convenience store at 1907 South Highway 89/91 on November 17. The Cache County Sheriff’s Office and Utah Highway Patrol assisted the investigation and took the suspects into custody Sunday afternoon at approximately 3 p.m. According to press release, 32 year-old Steven Fairchild and 20 year-old Kelsee Bell, both Logan residents, allegedly entered the convenience store with their faces covered and brandishing handguns. They demanded the clerk to open the cash drawer. Only a minimal amount of cash and cigarettes were stolen before the two fled on foot. Logan City Police investigators were able to identify the two suspects and began investigating where the two suspects were located. Sunday afternoon they were located and a taken into custody after a traffic stop. Fairchild and Bell were found in possession of stolen firearms and drugs and incarcerated at the Cache County Jail. Fairchild and Bell have both been booked with charges of 1st degree felony aggravated robbery, possession of hallucinogenic mushrooms with intent to distribute (a 2nd degree felony), possession of stolen firearms (four 2nd degree felonies), and possession of a firearm by a restricted person (a 2nd degree felony).

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