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Fort Worth Police arrest two suspects in Waffle House robbery spree

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Two suspects have been arrested in connection with the robbery of four Waffle House restaurants in an 80-minute period, beginning at 12:30 a.m. on March 18. The first Waffle House was located on Oakland Blvd. , the second, around 1 a.m. was located near the intersection of Alta Mere and Interstate 35W. Two other Waffle Houses, one in Saginaw and Roanoke, were robbed by two male suspects who were seen driving a black Ford Mustang at each of the robberies.

At approximately 2 a.m., Grand Prairie Police spotted a black Ford Mustang, which was reported stolen. After pulling over the driver, Grand Prairie police confirmed the individuals inside the car matched the description of the two suspects involved in the robberies.

FWPD robbery detectives took over the investigation and arrested Justanity Johnson, 18, and Xavier Parham, 18, for aggravated robbery with a deadly weapon.

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