HARRISONBURG -- In October, two men were robbed after reportedly tried to pay for sex. Search warrants indicate police want to get DNA and fingerprint samples from two suspects involved in this case.
Harrisonburg police have already arrested Jacary Moore and James Davis. Moore and Davis are both charged with conspiring to commit a robbery and two counts of robbery.
According to search warrants, Davis could face an additional charge of using a firearm while committing a felony.
Police also filed a search warrant for Tayjon Williams. Police found a black stolen handgun in Williams' room shortly after the crime. He lives in an apartment off of Hunters Road.
The victims said two women told them they'd have sex with them for $200. When the victims came back with the money, two men wearing masks came out and robbed them at gunpoint in the breezeway of the complex.
Police arrested Moore, Davis and the two women, Tara Hodgins and Renita Wright. One of the women told police she had been with Moore and Davis in the same apartment where police later found a gun.
Police officers said they want the fingerprints and DNA to find out who may have possessed the gun and to see if it was the one used during the robbery. They also want to check Williams' criminal history.
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