Vehicle Stolen at Gunpoint At Baker’s Kwik Shop Gas Station

The article was updated at 11:15 am, June 29, 2020, to reflect new information**

FREMONT- Early Monday morning, June 29 at approximately 6:50 am a robbery was reported at the Baker’s Kwik Shop Gas Station in the 1600 block of North Bell Street.

The victim reported he had just finished fueling his vehicle, a 2014 Chevy Silverado, when he was approached by a black male who was brandishing a pistol. The suspect demanded the keys to the vehicle and the victim’s wallet and cell phone. The suspect then fled in the victim’s pickup.

Utilizing vehicle locating technology, the victim’s pickup was seen in Mills County, Iowa a short time later by the Iowa State Patrol. Following a vehicle pursuit, the suspect, Cadarius Blakley, 23, of Memphis, TN was taken into custody. Found in the pickup was a pistol believed to be used in this morning’s robbery.

Authorities also confirmed that Blakley was being sought for questioning as a suspect in a murder investigation in Memphis, TN.

**Original article**

Early Monday morning, June 29 at approximately 6:50 am a robbery was reported at the Baker’s Kwik Shop Gas Station in the 1600 block of North Bell Street.

The victim reported that his pickup, a white 2014 Chevy Silverado, was taken at gunpoint by a black male who approached the victim while the victim was getting gas.

The Fremont Police Department is investigating the incident and more details will be released after they become available.

4 thoughts on “Vehicle Stolen at Gunpoint At Baker’s Kwik Shop Gas Station

  1. Every time I read an article like this I am so thankful for our police force … I don’t know what we would do without you ! most everyone appreciate you tremendously for being here to protect us… Please don’t ever leave us!! God bless you each and every day as you do such a dangerous job…

  2. I work at baker. And get off work, usually late… Iv never thought that I needed to be armed. To go into fremont, but maybe thats, changing… pretty scary stuff…. glad they caught the creep… here’s to the red, white, and blue.. and the men and women in blue!!! Be careful out there.. your needed, and respected,, and never leave us…

  3. As had worked at Touch N Go usually on Military street, west end of town for quick get away, 10 yrs. We worried about this way back then and I know such crimes are only worse. Also worked at Touch N Go by airport, also west end of town, we had armed robbery there.

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