Bail Set for Milo Man Accused of Brownville Robbery

Updated 1 year ago

A Milo man accused of robbing a convenience store in Brownville was in court Friday.

Police say Jacob Lyford, 22, had an air-soft gun disguised to look like a real gun, went into the General Store and More and demanded money.

The entire thing was filmed by surveillance cameras.

Lyford’s bail is $2,000 cash.

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  • Pat

    Did he pay his bond with the cash he got from the robbery…? Man the State I live in, the bond would have been a million, no problem..