By Jessie Williams
Three suspects of an armed robbery that took place late on November 25, are behind bars.
According to the officer’s narrative, two hispanic males reported they had been robbed at gunpoint in the Wild Cat Lane area.
After authorities interviewed the victims, they learned the two men had been in phone contact with a female who was supposed to meet them with one of her other female friends.
The victims stated that while waiting for the women, two black males approached their vehicle.
One of the men had a pistol and forced the victims to give up their phones and cash.
The victims were able to provide a detailed description of the suspects and investigators were called in to help with the search.
Deputies, detectives, and officers from the Lafayette Police Department went to a residence on Wild Cat Lane and gained entry.
Inside police discovered 21-year-old Gary Soman of Hendersonville, 31-year-old Adrian Hollerman of Gallatin and 20-year-old Kaitlynn Andrews of Hartsville.
Authorities discovered a handgun, the victims’ wallets, cash and cell phones.
The three subjects were apprehended and taken to the Macon County Jail for booking.
Hollerman and Soman were charged with aggravated robbery, theft of property and unlawful possession of a weapon. Their bonds were each set at $75,000.
Andrews was charged with criminal attempt and tampering with/fabricating evidence. Her bond was set at $20,000. All three are scheduled to appear in General Sessions Court on November 29.