Charleston PD

Charleston Police Dept.

Telisa McCauley and Alisyn Proctor are suspected of driving the getaway car and remain at large

CHARLESTON, W.Va. — Charleston Police arrested a fourth suspect believed to have been involved in the robbery of the Kanawha City Foodland store in Charleston. A clerk in the store was shot in the heist. Police say the latest suspect is 17 and could not say much about his role.

“The suspect is a juvenile and he’s being charged with first degree robbery,” said Lieutenant Steve Cooper, Chief of Detectives with the Charleston Police Department. “His role was that he was a lookout during the robbery.”

Cooper said police believe they have identified all six people who were involved in the late night holdup. He also suggested what may have played a role in targeting the store.

“John Proctor used to work there,” Cooper said.

Proctor, 19, is the suspect charged with shooting clerk Shawna Sampson in the office area during the robbery.  Sampson remained in stable condition on Tuesday.

Police are still looking for Telisa McCauley and Alisyn Proctor who were allegedly promised $3,000 each for driving the getaway car.

“I’m inviting them to turn themselves in,” said Cooper. “It’s just a matter of time until they are caught and their flight only strengthens our case.”

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Comments

  • poise

    AKA WHITE TRASH

  • Chef Camille

    They look like kids who should be getting ready to start eighth grade instead of Bonnie and Clyde. Maybe they should hook up with the Workman "Children" and start a crime spree.

  • Arlene

    Can someone explain to me why so many young (and often attractive) white girls have such a fascination with dating or hanging out with black guys? You rarely see the roles reversed so what's the deal? We are seeing it in our community more and more.

    • Kory

      You probably seen my comment below and instantly think "racist". Believe it or not I am white and married to an african american woman. Funny thing is that she can't even stand her own people. She has a great job and is a college graduate. She's also is tired of her tax dollars being spent on no good, dead beat, ghetto trash with no job or locked up. That's in her words to. If you fit this catagory and you can actually read this then she say's that your an embarrassment to her race. Sad when black people don't like black people.

  • Jonus Grumby

    Lovely couple. Let them have adjoining cells.

  • Miner 49er

    One of them is black. Better call Al and Jesse to make sure this person's rights are not violated.

    • Jon

      And I'm sure you're worried about anyone's rights except your own

      • Miner 49er

        I'm worried about the injured clerk's rights. Who cares about some scumbag hoodrat's rights.

        • kory

          I hear that. As far as I'm concerned people that commit crimes violate others rights so in turn they should have theirs violated as well. And then some

    • kory

      Does anyone ever notice that white people don't have protests and rallies when blacks commit crimes on them? Not sure why we don't. Not really speaking of this crime but crimes from the other race are a daily occurrence and a lot of them are against white people, what's the difference? Not just here but everywhere. When they do crimes then the excuses come pouring in. Bad childhood, poor, drug problem but cut them some slack because of how their culture was treated 70 years ago. I guess it's just acceptable for our cities and country to rot from the inside out. Other countries probably laugh at us thinking our government has no control and that poor people, thugs and gangsters are basically running the county. It's almost to the point where I'm not even proud to be a US citizen.

  • Monty Burns

    Adorable litte thugs aren't they?

  • Molon Labe

    Looks like this picture was taken at public housing. Go figure.

  • steve

    Nice pic-should fit in good at the Lakin Correctional Center for women.