Man charged with slew of armed robberies

Rosie Mullaley
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Twenty-seven year-old due back in court next week for bail hearing

A St. John’s man accused of committing six robberies and a theft — all within 2/12 months — is due back in court next week for a bail hearing.

Andrew Walter Carter appeared in provincial court in St. John’s today.

Lawyers agreed to have Carter return to jail April 24.

The 27-year-old faces 18 charges — six counts each of armed robbery and having his face masked, five counts of possessing a weapon and one count of theft under $5,000.

The robberies were said to have happened at Ultramar, Marie’s Mini Mart and City Superette businesses in the capital city.

Carter was said to have used a box cutter in one of the Ultramar robberies and a knife in four others.

Five of the six robberies were said to have happened in January and one in March.

The theft, from Sears, allegedly took place March 6.

Twitter: @TelyCourt

Organizations: Ultramar, Mini Mart

Geographic location: March.The

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