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Bond set for Pocahontas Walmart robbery suspect

Adam Michael Queen (Randolph County Jail) Adam Michael Queen (Randolph County Jail)

POCAHONTAS, AR (KAIT) – Bond has been set for a Missouri man accused of robbing the Pocahontas WalMart over the weekend.

Bond for 23-year-old Adam Michael Queen of Grandin, Missouri was set at $150,000 Monday. He is now facing felony aggravated robbery and felony theft of property charges. 

Police officers responded to calls early Saturday afternoon to an armed robbery at Walmart.

According to police, Queen signaled to the cashier he had an explosive device.

Pocahontas police were on the scene about a minute later and found a suspect in the parking lot matching the description of Queen given by the store. He was taken into custody without incident.

Officers were able to recover the stolen cash but the amount was not released.

Queen's next court day has been set for March 11.

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