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Two arrested in Jefferson County convenience store robbery

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JEFFERSON COUNTY, AL - Two Adamsville men face criminal charges Tuesday in the February 7 robbery of the Birmingport Grocery.

The store is located in the 7600 block of Birmingport Road.


Jason Hubbard, 32, and William Green, 33, have both been charged with robbery and theft.

Jefferson County Chief Deputy Randy Christian said one of the men entered the store, pointed a gun at the clerk and demanded money.

Both men then drove off in a tan SUV.

The vehicle was later stopped by deputies on Shady Grove Road.

After watching the surveillance video, deputies determined that the SUV was the same vehicle used to escape the robbery.

Both men were arrested.

The passenger, Hubbard, admitted he entered the store with a pellet gun and robbed the place.

The driver, Green, refused to answer any questions.

Both were placed in the Jefferson County Jail on bonds totaling $75,000 each.

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