Tanyesha Bella, Louis Berry and Ryan Bluestein are charged in two Roseville robberies and face a litany of charges. )
Roseville— Three suspects who police say were behind two robberies were arraigned Monday.
Tanyesha Bell, 18, and Ryan Bluestein, 23, both of Clinton Township, and Louis Berry, 21, of Detroit appeared in 39th District Court in Roseville.
Each was charged with 12 counts: five of armed robbery, which carries up to a life sentence; five counts felony firearm, which carries a sentence of two years in prison; one count of carrying a concealed weapon, which is a five-year felony, and one count of conspiracy to commit armed robbery, a life felony.
Arrested Saturday, each was given a $750,000 bond. They remain in the Macomb County Jail.
Their next scheduled court date is Nov. 6.
Roseville Police said the suspects robbed at gunpoint three teens as they were walking Friday on Martin Road east of Gratiot about 10 p.m., demanding their cellphones and money. The suspects fled in a car.
Police say a little later Friday, the three then robbed at gunpoint two more victims in a parking lot at 12 Mile and Gratiot around midnight, demanding their cellphones and a pair of glasses. The three fled on foot through the parking lot, police said.
No injuries were reported.