A Phoenix man is in hot water after allegedly committing four armed robberies in less than three hours.
Court records show that two men went around in a car robbing four victims in the area of 35th Avenue and Camelback Road getting over $1,000 in cash and property.
Police say 18-year-old Feizauhn Treyvonte Moothery, and an unknown accomplice, started their robbery spree just before 3 a.m. when they drove to an apartment complex near 17th Avenue and Camelback Road. There Moothery allegedly pointed a 9mm handgun in the face of an unarmed security patrol guard at the apartment complex and robbed him.
Police say about two hours later, and two miles away, the two struck again as they robbed a victim who was waiting for a co-worker to pick them up for work. The pair then moved on to another vehicle when Moothery pointed his handgun at the windshield of a car with two people inside. The woman was able to put her car in reverse and get away, but not before Moothery reportedly fired one shot hitting the car in the rear passenger side.
Police say the pair also robbed a woman who was in her car leaving for work. Moothery pointed his gun at her demanding money and property and then pointed the gun at her husband who came out to see why she hadn't left yet.
It was at this last location where Moothery dropped his identification card. Police were able to use it to have victims identify Moothery as the suspect. Police located and arrested him on August 4. His accomplice is still unknown and on the streets.