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Date Posted:10/27/09
Case #:3209-13988
Crime Date:10/27/09
Crime Time:Armed Robbery
Crime Type:Sayles Arrest Warrant Issued
Crime Location:456 East Beaver Avenue
Victim Auth:No
Crime Details:State College Police have identified the third suspect in the Armed Robbery at 456 East Beaver Avenue in the Borough of State College on October 23, 2009. On October 26, 2009, Magisterial District Judge Jonathan Grine issued a warrant for the arrest of Dalen Sayles, 19 years of age, of 1405 Bouquet Street, McKeesport, PA. It is alleged that Dalen Sayles and two others, Arnold Jeffrey Sayles, Jr. and Barrington David Wilson, Jr., robbed three men at gunpoint inside their East Beaver Avenue apartment. At the time, Dalen Sayles was armed with the handgun used in the robbery. Both Arnold Sayles and Barrington Wilson have been arraigned on the charges and remain in the Centre County Correctional Facility. Dalen Sayles has not been located and is considered a fugitive. He has no known associates in the State College area but may have some contacts in the Lock Haven area. Centre County Crimestoppers is offering a reward for information leading to the arrest of this or any other fugitive. They can be reached at 1-800-992-7463. Anonymous tips may be submitted through the web. Dalen Sayles is described as a male, black, 61 tall, 167 lbs.
Reporting Officer:Capt. Leonard
Agency:State College Police Department
243 South Allen Street
State College,PA,16801
phone: 814-234-7150
fax: 814-235-3324
email: police@statecollegepa.us
Posted Online:10/27/09

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