Patrick Mahomes, 3 others allegedly robbed at gunpoint

Patrick Mahomes, 3 others allegedly robbed at gunpoint

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Former Texas Tech quarterback Patrick Mahomes II was reportedly one of four individuals robbed at gunpoint in Smith County Friday.

Smith County deputies were dispatched to a residence just after 9 p.m. in the 8800 block of Mansion Creek Circle in reference to an aggravated robbery.

When deputies arrived, they met with four individuals, including Mahomes, who said they were robbed by a white male suspect who they believed to be armed with a handgun. 

As the victims were exiting their vehicle, they told deputies the suspect pulled into the driveway and exited his vehicle.

The suspect approached the victims, he was reportedly seen gesturing as if he had a handgun in his waistband. The victims told deputies the suspect demanded property from the victims then drove away.

Police were able to locate the suspect vehicle which was occupied by two males, who were taken into custody.

Property allegedly taken during the robbery was recovered from the suspect’s vehicle.

Michael Blake Pinkerton, 34, and Billy Ray Johnson, 58, were arrested and taken to the Smith County Jail.

The investigation is active and ongoing, according to the Smith County Sheriff's Office. 

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