KENT, Wash. - The two suspects in a deadly Bellevue pot shop robbery from earlier this month are scheduled to appear in court on Thursday.
On March 16, police said three suspects held a marijuana shop on Factoria Boulevard Southeast and Southeast 40th Lane at gunpoint and fled.
After a chase, two of the suspects, 20-year-old Anthony Santiago Barajas-Robledo, and 19-year-old Rex Eckman, were arrested.
Police said the third suspect, 19-year-old Marico Martinez-Yanez, fired a gun at officers and was shot and killed in a gunfire exchange with SWAT officers.
Barajas-Robledo and Eckman were both charged with first-degree robbery.
The King County Prosecutor’s Office said Eckman faces the felony charge of attempting to elude a pursuing police vehicle. Barajas-Robledo faces the additional felony charge of first-degree unlawful possession of a firearm.
Barajas-Robledo's bail was set at $500,000, and a $100,000 bail was set for Eckman.
Arraignments were set to start at 9 a.m. Thursday at the MRJC in Kent.
Court officials told FOX 13 that Barajas-Robledo was mistakenly sent to the Seattle courthouse and won't be arraigned on Thursday.
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