Dallas police arrest 22-year-old man for alleged robbery

On July 18, Dallas Police arrested 22-year-old Neko Boykin from Lewisville and charged him with aggravated robbery in connection to an alleged robberies he committed on three establishments and a vehicle between July 17 and July 18. Boykin was taken into custody at the Lew Sterrett Justice Center.

Initial police reports state that Boykin was arrested along with an accomplice on July 18 after the vehicular robbery. During interrogation, Dallas police determined that Boykin was responsible for the three other robberies carried out earlier. He is also being linked to a $50 theft that reportedly occurred in 2010.

Boykin was given a bail of $151,500 for his temporary release.

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