According to a criminal complaint, Davis walked into the pharmacy at 8:55 p.m. Saturday, shortly before the store was to close, and stood at the front counter with a tote bag. When the store clerk asked him what he needed, police said Davis replied “all your money.”
Police said Davis demanded the clerk open the register and threatened to shoot him with a gun. The clerk told Davis he needed to get a key and police said Davis threatened to stab the clerk with a knife.
Police said Davis had his hand inside his coat pocket and pointed it at the clerk as if he had a weapon. During the encounter, police said Davis was acting extremely nervous and shaking a lot.
Police said another employee who was in the store left the aisles and walked toward the lottery machines where Davis and the store clerk were. That's when police said Davis reached into the clerk’s pocket, took $30 and ran from the store.
Davis was arraigned Wednesday and taken to Beaver County Jail where he remained unable to post $75,000 bond.
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