Deputies say Caleb Na’shon Bowers, 19, robbed an internet casino before fleeing in a vehicle early Monday.
A Lake City man has been identified as the one suspect charged so far in an armed robbery at a Columbia County internet casino early Monday.
Deputies say Caleb Na’shon Bowers, 19, and at least two other people robbed the Vegas One Casino, 4201 N. U.S. Highway 441, at about 5 a.m. before leading law enforcement on a high speed chase away from the business, according to a Columbia County Sheriff’s Office warrant.
The 2008 Saab traveled south on U.S. 441 and into Alachua County, reaching speeds up to 135 mph, the warrant said.
The car stopped in the intersection of County Road 222 and Northwest 176th Avenue in High Springs, the warrant said, at which point the suspects all jumped out and ran.
A later search of the Saab found a loaded AR-15 rifle, semi-automatic handgun and body armor inside, the warrant said.
Bowers is held at the Alachua County Jail on a charge of armed robbery.
At least two more suspects are still at large, said Murray Smith of the Columbia County Sheriff’s Office.
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