Three men have been charged with robbing a Davenport convenience store with a shotgun Monday.
Alex Rogelio Barrera, 23, of Muscatine, James Curtis Pryor, 24, of Rock Island, and Preston Ryan Eisenhauer, 24, of Davenport are all charged with first-degree robbery, a Class B felony punishable by up to 25 years in prison.
Barrera was booked into the Scott County Jail Tuesday. Bond was set Wednesday at $100,000 cash-only. He has a preliminary hearing May 31.
Pryor and Eisenhauer were booked into the jail Wednesday afternoon and are expected to appear in court via video arraignment Thursday.
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At 12:18 a.m. Monday, Davenport officers responded to Casey's General Store, 1691 W. 53rd St., for a report of a robbery.
Police said in arrest affidavits filed in support of the criminal complaint Barrera, armed with a shotgun, and Pryor went into the store, while Eisenhauer stayed in the car and acted as a lookout.
Barrera demanded money and racked the shotgun multiple times, ejecting at least one unfired round.
He also threatened to shoot the employees that were inside the store, according to the affidavits.
Pryor took lottery tickets and about $200 from the cash register; Barrera took a carton of cigarettes. They both fled on foot, according to the affidavits.