Quinton Arnold (l) and Dorian Stroud (Fulton County Sheriff)
ATLANTA -- Three teens have been arrested and charged with robbing four GSU students at gun point. One was another student living inside the dorm where the crime took place.
The robbery happened Wednesday night in University Commons. Police identified them as Quinton Arnold, Dantevious Patrick and Dorian Demetrius Stroud, all 18 years old. Arnold, a current Georgia State student, is a resident of the Commons. Patrick is not a student at Georgia State, and Stroud is a former student, police said.
The suspects knocked on the door and two of the suspects pointed hand guns in the faces of the four students. Cell phones and an iPad were stolen.
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According to Andrea Jones with GSU police, the suspects gained access by using Arnold's student ID at the dorm's security check-in. He signed the other two men in, Jones said.
The men were identified by surveillance cameras. After the robbery, GSU Police issued a campus-wide alert.
Patrick surrendered to Atlanta Police. Stroud turned himself in, while Arnold was caught by GSU Police after one of the victims texted him to meet him on Piedmont Avenue after the robbery.
Arnold and Stroud waived their first court appearances Thursday morning.