Police say that four men, two who are brothers, are facing charges for allegedly robbing a man who was walking on country club property in North College Hill on Tuesday.
It happened at Clovernook Country Club on 2035 W. Galbraith Avenue.
One suspect, Andre Caldwell, 20, allegedly held a victim at gunpoint with two others suspects, John Henry Crawford, III, 21, and Andrew Caldwell, 19.
Another suspect, Aaron Orlando Larkins, 18, is accused of driving a vehicle during the robbery.
Police say that during an interview with Andre Cadwell, he attempted to lie about the remaining participants' involvement and identities in the robbery, including his younger brother, Andre. Police also say that Crawford tried to lie about the identities of the suspects during his interview.
All suspects are charged with aggravated robbery and are scheduled for court this week.
Crawford is charged with complicity and carrying a concealed weapon. Larkins is charged with complicity. Andrew Caldwell is charged with drug abuse, aggravated robbery, public indecency and carrying a concealed weapon. Andre Caldwell is charged with complicity and obstructing official business.
The country club says the robbery victim was not a member and didn't belong on their property.
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