Man granted bond reduction

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A man who was charged in a home invasion and an armed robbery in a convenience store has been granted a reduced bond.

Tyrone Davis, 26, was jailed on a $1 million bond for the robbery and a $1 million bond for the store hold up.

On Friday, 30th District Court Judge Jeff McKnight granted Davis a bond reduction, reducing his bond to $500,000 on each count with conditions like having to wear an ankle monitor and remain on house arrest.

As of 5 p.m., Davis is still booked in the Wichita County jail.

On Dec.  2, police officers said believe Davis and another man held up the S & L Beer Wine and Grocery on Southwest Parkway, taking money from the register, the safe, a drawer, Swisher Sweet cigars and Newport cigarettes.

Officers received tips that indicated Davis and Dequavious Sanderson were the suspects. 
Sanderson was also wanted for the Gilbert robbery, in which the armed robbers also wore masks.

On Dec. 7, police officers got information on the suspect’s location and tried to stop a vehicle on Oceola but both suspects fled.

Davis got away but was arrested the next day.

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