LAS VEGAS - Three of the four men accused of taking part in a string of robberies across the Las Vegas valley were in court Wednesday morning.
Rondall and Donnell Talley, as well as Tylon Marshall appeared before a judge. All of them are facing several charges including robbery with a deadly weapon, conspiracy to commit robbery and attempted murder.
Metro Police believe the men were involved in a total of 16 robberies throughout the city of Henderson and Las Vegas. In all of the events, the suspects were armed with a combination of shotguns, handguns and an assault rifle, police said.
The three men will be back in court Thursday for a bail hearing.
The fourth man, Calvin Rembert, is expected in court Thursday.
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