Tipp man pleads in Subway robbery

Morgan, 66, held box cutter up to worker

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MIAMI COUNTY — The Tipp City man who held a box cutter up to a sandwich artist during a robbery entered his plea of no contest in court on Monday.

According to court records, Anthony Morgan, 66, of Tipp City, entered a plea of no contest and was found guilty by the court to first degree aggravated robbery. A plea agreement with the state was reached for Morgan to serve eight years on the charge. He remains incarcerated on a $250,000 bond.

Morgan was arrested in Dayton two days after he robbed a Troy Subway store on June 3. Morgan was involved in a traffic accident in Dayton and was arrested by Dayton Police.

The victim was not harmed in the robbery. Morgan placed his hand on the victim’s shoulder and brandished a knife during the incident.

Morgan, 66, held box cutter up to worker

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