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Clearwater police seek Dunedin man in connection with violent robbery

CLEARWATER — Clearwater police arrested two people and were looking for a third in connection with a violent July robbery on Seville Boulevard.

Police identified the wanted suspect as Chase Matthew Brown, 19, of Dunedin.

Police said the victim, Steven A. Carrigan, 21, of Tarpon Springs, met Melody Michelle Sanders, 20, while in jail. The two agreed to meet when they got out of jail, and did so at about 9:15 p.m. on July 26 on the 2600 block Seville Boulevard, police said.

There, Brown and 18-year-old Timothy Hugh Miller beat Carrigan and stole his pants, which held money, police said. Carrigan suffered injuries described as serious but not life-threatening.

Sanders of Safety Harbor was charged with strong armed robbery. Miller of Clearwater was charged with strong arm robbery and aggravated battery.

Anyone with information is asked to call Clearwater police robbery tip line at (727) 562-4422. Tipsters may also remain anonymous by texting police at 847411 (tip411).

Clearwater police seek Dunedin man in connection with violent robbery 08/20/11 [Last modified: Saturday, August 20, 2011 9:41pm]
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