Bonds set for Indiana twins charged with robbery, kidnapping at Middletown CVS

Bonds were set at $750,000 and $760,000 for Indiana twins who allegedly tied up employees and robbed a Middletown CVS on Saturday morning.

The twins appeared for their arraignment this morning in Middletown Municipal Court before Judge James Sherron. They both were appointed attorneys, according to court records.

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Bond was set at $750,000 for Patrick Johnson-Tucker, 23, and $760,000 for his brother, Nicholas Parez Johnson-Tucker, 23, both from Indianapolis, according to court records.

Their preliminary hearings were set for 1:30 May 11.

They both were charged with kidnapping and aggravated robbery after police alleged they tied up employees and stole pills from a local store.

Middletown police officers were dispatched to CVS, 820 S. Breiel Blvd., about 3:30 a.m. Saturday where they found employees tied up, according to Chief David Birk. The employees were not injured, he said.

Birk said a vehicle matching the description of the getaway vehicle was spotted on Central Avenue a short time later, but the vehicle fled on Ohio 122, crossing into Madison Twp., Birk said. The vehicle crashed and the suspects were apprehended.

Birk said a gun and all the medication allegedly stolen from CVS were recovered.

Patrick Johnson-Tucker was charged with aggravated robbery and two counts of kidnapping and Nicholas Johnson-Tucker was charged with aggravated robbery, two counts of kidnapping and carrying a concealed weapon.

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