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Pair charged with armed robbery of $1
December 25, 2013, 05:00 AM Daily Journal Staff Report

Tyler Ehrman

Cameron Nickravesh

Two San Mateo men charged with using a fake handgun to rob a 64-year-old audio store clerk of $1 in October are facing trial for armed robbery.

On Tuesday, Cameron Keyoun Nickravesh, 22, pleaded not guilty in Superior Court and set an April 7 jury trial date. Meanwhile, co-defendant Tyler Aaron Ehrman, 21, has a preliminary hearing Jan. 2 to determine if he’ll stand trial for the alleged Oct. 15 incident.

According to prosecutors, the two men entered Tri Audio Sound on North San Mateo Drive a little after 5 p.m. that day and pulled out a replica handgun. They allegedly robbed the worker of the single dollar in his wallet and fled in a Toyota Camry onto Highway 101. Other officers stopped the southbound traveling car and reported finding the replica gun in the vehicle during the arrest.

Nickravesh is free from custody on a $30,000 bail bond and returns to court March 11 for a pretrial conference. Ehrman remains in custody on $100,000 bail and also a no-bail hold because at the time of arrest he was on felony probation for a 2011 residential burglary conviction.

 

 

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