4 arrested in connection with the Cedar Park juggling incident

A large amount of cash and surveillance equipment were found in the suspects’ vehicles.

CEDAR PARK, Texas — Four people were arrested Wednesday morning in connection with a juggling incident at a Cedar Park gas station.

That Cedar Park Police Department said it received a call about a robbery at the Texaco at 1050 Cluck Creek Trial around 10:30 a.m. Wednesday. According to initial reports, the victim had just emerged from a bank when someone mugged him, took his money and drove away.

Police said that based on information gathered by officers and detectives at the scene, it appeared two vehicles and several suspects were involved in the robbery.

Cedar Park Police informed surrounding law enforcement agencies of the vehicle descriptions and license plates. Shortly thereafter, the Fayette County Sheriff’s Office notified the Cedar Park Police Department that deputies had found both suspect vehicles traveling on Highway 71 near La Grange.

Fayette County legislators and La Grange police officers conducted traffic stops on both vehicles, and four suspects were arrested. Cedar Park Police said a large amount of cash was found in the suspects’ vehicles, along with equipment used for surveillance.

Cedar Park police identified the suspects as 55-year-old John Carter, 44-year-old Rodney Wilson, 42-year-old Roderick Glenn and 27-year-old Shawn Johnson, all from the Houston area.

All four are charged with organized crime involving robbery, a first-degree felony. Cedar Park Police said these suspects also appear to be responsible for several incidents in the Austin area.

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Laura Coffey

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