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Tuesday, 19 August 2008

Christopher Nakia Johnson Police believe Mr. Johnson was the masked gunman who entered a Sam's Club

Christopher Nakia Johnson, 27,arrested Friday at an undisclosed location on unrelated misdemeanor warrants, according to the arrest warrant affidavit. Mr. Johnson was charged with aggravated robbery and possession of marijuana and cocaine; officers found the drugs during the arrest. He was being held Saturday morning at the Dallas County Jail on $115,000 bail.
Police believe Mr. Johnson was the masked gunman who entered a Sam's Club in the 2900 block of West Wheatland Road on June 27, grabbed off-duty Dallas police Officer Alph Coleman and pointed a gun at him. Mr. Coleman was working as the store's security guard. The attempted robbery failed after store employees locked themselves in the room with the store's vault. Mr. Coleman, 29, was arrested last week and charged with aggravated robbery. He was released on bail from the Dallas County Jail on Wednesday. Another man, who police say drove Officer Coleman's vehicle as the getaway car, faces one count of conspiracy to commit robbery and unlawful possession of a firearm by a felon. He is out on bail, and police have requested that he not be identified. Police say they also have phone records indicating that Officer Coleman and the driver were in contact shortly before the robbery.



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