UPDATE: Ishpeming men charged with armed robbery bound over to circuit court
ISHPEMING, Mich. (WLUC) - UPDATE: The two Ishpeming men arrested for armed robbery have been bound over to Marquette County Circuit Court.
19-year-old Bailey Joe Aho-Carello and 18-year-old Nolan Edward Aho-Carello are both charged with one count of Armed Robbery and 2 counts of Assault with Intent to Do Great Bodily Harm Less than Murder following a robbery and stabbing and robbery on Oct. 5.
The two men were both bound over to circuit court on Oct. 20 and their bonds have been set at $200,000 each.
Nolan Aho-Carello is scheduled to appear on Nov. 4 for an arraignment in circuit court.
Bailey Aho-Carello waived his right to an arraignment in circuit court; his next hearing has not yet been scheduled.
Last published: Oct 5, 2022 1:17:27 PM
The two Ishpeming men involved in an armed robbery and stabbing on Monday have been arraigned in Marquette County District Court.
19-year-old Bailey Joe Aho-Carello and 18-year-old Nolan Edward Aho-Carello are both charged with one count of Armed Robbery and 2 counts of Assault with Intent to Do Great Bodily Harm Less than Murder.
Each of their bond was set at $100,000 cash or surety.
Preliminary Exams for Bailey Aho-Carello and Nolan Aho-Carello are scheduled for October 18 in Marquette County District Court.
Last published: Oct. 4
Two Ishpeming men are in jail after an armed robbery Monday night.
Two victims are expected to be OK, police say.
According to the Ishpeming Police Department, officers were called to the alley behind 427 W. Empire St. at 7:24 p.m. Monday. Police found a 20-year-old Ishpeming man with a cut on his forearm from a knife. He also had been pepper sprayed.
An 18-year-old Ishpeming woman had also been stabbed in the hand. Police say the two were victims of an armed robbery. Fourteen ounces of marijuana wax had been stolen.
The two victims were taken to UPHS - Bell for treatment of non-life threatening injuries. Their names have not been released.
The suspects, a 19-year-old Ishpeming man and an 18-year-old Ishpeming man, were later found and taken into custody. They are currently in the Marquette County Jail. Their names have not been released.
The 19-year-old man was arrested for armed robbery and two counts of assault with intent to do great bodily harm less than murder. The 18-year-old man faces an armed robbery charge and one count of assault with intent to do great bodily harm less than murder. If convicted, a charge of armed robbery carries a maximum sentence of life in prison. The assault charge carries a maximum sentence of 10 years in prison.
Police say it was an isolated incident. The Michigan State Police and UPHS EMS assisted Ishpeming police.
Last Published: Oct. 3, 2022 at 10:14 PM EDT
Two were injured in an alleged Ishpeming stabbing on Monday, according to an Ishpeming resident.
It happened between West Empire Street and West Dulaney Drive. TV6 was on the scene and confirmed a large police presence around 7:30 p.m.
A witness says they were doing laundry in their kitchen when they heard a commotion outside. They said they looked and saw a black pickup truck parked and then a group of young people got out.
The resident says they started yelling and one stabbed a woman. They said a man tried to defend the woman when he was pepper sprayed. After calling the police, the witness says they found a BB gun and held it until authorities arrived.
”I went out there and I said ‘hey what is going on,’ and this girl, young girl she was like I got stabbed, she got stabbed in the hand,” said the resident. “Then this other kid was like they pepper sprayed me. [So] the boy had been pepper sprayed and there were two other boys that were with them and they were all fighting.”
The witness said this was shocking.
“It was very scary this is a very quiet neighborhood,” they concluded.
The witness says the man and woman were taken to the hospital. TV6 talked to authorities on the scene who declined to comment about the alleged stabbing.
There is no word on if anyone is in custody or the conditions of the victims.
We will continue to bring you updates on this developing story.
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