Subway Restaurant Armed Robbery suspect in custody

Taylor Yahola, 24, was taken into custody without incident by U.S. Marshals at 1909 S Virginia in Joplin, Mo.
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1909 S Virginia, Joplin, where suspect, Taylor Yahola, 24, was taken into custody by U.S. Marshals.

JASPER COUNTY, Mo. — Investigators from the Jasper County Sheriff’s office reveal that U.S. Marshals took a suspect in custody related to the Subway Restaurant Armed Robbery on Tuesday at 6019 N Main.

Taylor L. Yahola, 24, of Oklahoma City Oklahoma.  Yahola was taken into custody on the Thursday evening without incident in Joplin, Mo.

During the initial investigation, Yahola was identified as a potential suspect. Jasper County Sheriff’s Detectives have submitted  charges for Robbery 1st and Armed Criminal Action.” — JASPER CO. SHERIFF

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Taylor L. Yahola, 24, of Oklahoma City Oklahoma. Yahola was taken into custody on the Thursday evening without incident in Joplin, Mo.

Earlier this week Chief Deputy Derek Walrod confirmed to Joplin News First the dark grey Chrysler 300 used in the armed robbery was stolen out of Oklahoma City. It was recovered during a police pursuit and manhunt in Mayes County, Okla. Tuesday evening.

> ORIGINAL BREAKING NEWS STORY >> Armed Robbery at Stones Corner Subway restaurant; Suspect fled in dark grey vehicle

The male driving that car was not located in Oklahoma.

Additional charges could be filed. And additional persons related to the crime could be charged.

This is a continuing investigation. Stay with Joplin News First for breaking news on KOAM News Now. Scroll below to sign up for our JLNews1st email list so you don’t miss an article.

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