Man accused of robbing south Jackson business facing count of aggravated robbery

JACKSON, Tenn.-The man accused of robbing the Money Now store on South Highland Avenue in south Jackson was in court, Friday.

Harold Anthony Junior allegedly threatened to kill an employee, after he was refused a loan on June 6.
An arrest record showed Anthony ran from the store with nearly $9,000 in cash.
He faces one count of aggravated robbery.

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