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Arrests made in Fort Pierce Armed Robbery

An alleged armed robbery at a Fort Pierce mobile home park on March 1 resulted in two deaths, two arrests and the St. Lucie County Sheriff’s office looking for another suspect.

The victim of the attack, Kyle Davis, was killed at the Cypress Bay Mobile Home Park. However, prior to his death, Davis shot and killed one of the suspected thieves, Chase Harrington Orvis. Meanwhile, two other suspects, 32-year-old Kerry Billy Philyaw, and 29-year-old Phillip L. Gray, were charged with second-degree murder, using a deadly weapon in the commission of a robbery and battery.

According to officials, Gray was wounded during the robbery and Philyaw fled the scene on foot. Gray was treated at Lawnwood Regional, then arrested on $1.1 million bond, while Philyaw was later captured and is being held without bond.

The three men had been driven to the park by 20-year-old Logan Nicole Fulford, who is still at large. She had attempted to take Gray a local hospital after he had been wounded, and is charged with second degree murder and robbery for her role as the getaway driver. In addition, Fulford also has a warrant against her charging that she provided false information to law enforcement.

All three suspects are in need of a Fort Pierce criminal lawyer like Jonathan Jay Kirschner, who has more than two decades of experience in working to see that his clients receive the very best legal representation possible.

Using his office staff and a number of experts in specialized areas of the law, Kirschner works to make sure that every legal avenue is pursued on behalf of his clients. That access to particular experts with the acumen to clearly address some potential concerns helps make sure that nothing is overlooked.

In this particular case, what actually took place has not been definitively determined and currently rests on the statements of law enforcement that seeks a conviction on all charges. With respect to the charges against Fulford, determining what she knew prior to the commission of the alleged crime and what constitutes false information are potential topics that can be addressed.

Kirschner is certified to try cases before the Florida Supreme Court and has been the recipient of numerous accolades among peers for his courtroom work. So if you or someone you know is in need of a Fort Pierce criminal lawyer, contact the offices of Jonathan Jay Kirschner today.

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