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Dollar robbery suspect pleads not guilty
January 21, 2014, 05:00 AM Daily Journal Staff Report

Tyler Ehrman

Cameron Nickravesh

One of two San Mateo men accused of using a fake handgun to rob an audio store clerk of $1 pleaded not guilty to armed robbery and will stand trial in May.

Tyler Aaron Ehrman’s May 19 trial date comes a month after the April trial of codefendant Cameron Keyoun Nickravesh.

Prosecutors allege Ehrman, 21, and Nickravesh, 22, entered Tri Audio Sound on North San Mateo Drive the evening of Oct. 15 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 car traveling south and reported finding the replica gun in the vehicle during the arrest, according to the District Attorney’s Office.

The pair’s cases were split when Ehrman’s attorney expressed a doubt about his mental competency but two court-appointed doctors ultimately agreed he was able to aid in his own defense.

Ehrman is in custody on $100,000 and a no-bail probation hold for a 2011 residential burglary conviction. Nickravesh is free from custody on a $30,000 bail bond.

 

 

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