IN BRIEF: Conyers police made an arrest of one of the suspects wanted in the June 8 armed robbery of the new Sigman Road Subway store and are on the lookout for two more suspects. Antwain Ervin Boglin, 20, of Conyers was already in the Rockdale County jail for a June 9 marijuana posession charge when he came to the attention of investigators. The CPD had released security camera images and asked for the public's help in indentifying the suspects. With a combination of public input and further investigation, CPD officers determined Boglin was one of the suspects. On June 13 Boglin was charged with armed robbery and posession of a firearm in the commission of a crime.
Investigators are still looking for Derek Quantrell Cummings, 19, of Conyers.
According to CPD Lt. Jack Dunn, Cummings and Boglin were arrested at the same time on June 9 when an officer was filling up gas on the corner of Railroad Street and smelled burning marijuana. He located the smell coming from the house next to the gas station, 1133 Railroad Street. Boglin and Cummings were reportedly sitting outside smoking marijuana and were arrested that Saturday night and charged with posession of marijuana less than an ounce.
Cummings bonded out June 10. Warrants are out for his arrest.
CPD investigators are also looking for a third person believed to be involved in the Subway robbery and also involved in the June 11 armed robbery of a Sigman Road convenience store being investigated by the Rockdale County Sheriff's Office.
According to RCSO investigator Michael Camp, around 9:30 p.m., two black males dressed in black with blue bandanas over their faces and armed with handguns entered the Elliott's Market Place convenience store on Sigman Road and Rockbridge Road. After holding up and robbing the two female clerks, the two men escaped on foot. A CPD officer responding to an unrelated call on saw two black males dressed in black come running out of the woods in a nearby cul-de-sac shortly after. When the two men saw the officer, they reportedly ran back into the woods and escaped.
Anyone with information about Cummings or the above incidents can call Lt. Jack Dunn at 770-929-4211.