COLLEGE STATION, Texas — College Station Police arrested five aggravated robbery suspects during a traffic stop Thursday night. Shortly before 10 p.m. police were called about a robbery at Flats on 12 apartments at 2149 Harvey Mitchell Parkway. 

The male victim called police and said two males approached him demanding his cell phone and wallet. He told police he feared for his life, handed over his cell phone and ran away unharmed. Witnesses at the complex say they saw five males run from the robbery scene, get into a white Cadillac SUV and leave. CSPD officers searched the area for the suspects as another Sergeant reviewed cameras in the area and spotted the SUV.

Officers pulled over the vehicle in the 1300 block of Harvey Mitchell Parkway for a traffic stop. Officers had the suspects get out of the SUV. They searched the vehicle and found two pistols and a pistol magazine inside. After further investigation three males were charged with Aggravated Robbery.

While completing the investigation officers were able to locate and identify additional property taken in an aggravated robbery Wednesday night in the 1900 block of Dartmouth.

Arrests and charges were the following:

Ulyesses Dunn, 20 years old, College Station Resident, Aggravated Robbery

Rokendon Dashard Daniels, 18 years old, Beaumont Resident, Aggravated Robbery

Triston Darious Marquis Clark, 19 years old, College Station Resident, Theft of Property, Possession of Marijuana, Aggravated Robbery Warrant

Julius Isaiah Bell, 18 years old, College Station Resident, Aggravated Robbery

Matthew Mark Simon, 18 years old, Beaumont Resident, Theft of Property, Aggravated Robbery Warrant