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Four arrested in Ooltewah on especially aggravated robbery charges

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HAMILTON COUNTY, TN (WRCB) -- On Thursday at just before 8:00 in the evening, the Hamilton County Sheriff's Office was called to 5409 Mulberry Street in Ooltewah on a reported robbery.  When deputies arrived on scene, three victims told the officers that they had been robbed.

The victims told deputies they were sitting in a vehicle parked in front of 5409 Mulberry Street, when they noticed a four door white vehicle drive past their vehicle.  The car proceeded to the dead end, then backed up stopping at the rear of their vehicle.

Five male parties exited the four door white vehicle, approached and ordered them to exit their vehicle.   The victims stated two of the male parties had weapons described as black handguns.  The weapons were pointed at the victims, who were ordered to drop their pants and hand over their wallets and cell phones. 

The suspects also searched through the victims car, taking a car stereo, then left the scene.

The victims advised deputies they could identify four of the suspects, who were Cody Chase, 18, Johnny Myrick, 21, Darien Clay, 19, and James Amaud Taylor, 20. 

All four were located at the residence of Cody Chase at 5204 Village Garden Drive, where they were taken into custody, charged with Especially Aggravated Robbery. 

The weapons were located and  described as two black pellets guns. 

The fifth suspect has not been identified at this time.

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