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911: Suspect uses 'kitchen knife' during Shell station robbery
Shell Station
Newton County Sheriff's vehicles and crime scene investigators flock to the Shell Food Mart at the intersection of Covington Bypass Road and Highway 36. - photo by Darryl Welch

COVINGTON, Ga. - According to a 911 recording obtained by The Covington News, the suspect arrested in Monday's armed robbery at the Shell Food Mart on Covington Bypass Road was stealing products off the floor and demanding money. 

Tyrese Corell “Reese” Brumfield, of 1309 Magnolia Heights Circle, Covington, has been charged with armed robbery and aggravated assault in connection with the incident. 

911 recording: Shell Food Mart armed robbery

The store owner can be heard offering to give Brumfield money during the phone call with 911 dispatchers. He also informs the dispatchers of Brumfield's location when he leaves the store. 

According to the recording, Brumfield was in possession of a "kitchen knife" during the robbery.