Police: Parents turn in Anderson teen after liquor store robbery
ANDERSON, Ind. — A teenager admits to robbing a liquor store after arriving at the Anderson Police Department with his parents.
According to Anderson police, the teen confessed to a recent robbery at Save-On Liquor at 1403 Madison Ave.
Maj. Joel Sandefur explained that the young man came into the police station with his parents and turned himself in.
The 17-year-old faces charges of felony robbery, taking property by force or threatening the use of force while armed and Class B misdemeanor pointing a firearm. He will be charged as an adult.