CHARLOTTE, N.C. - Police arrested a man they believe is behind three different robberies where the robber shocked clerks with Tasers.
Police said Joshua Bethea would go into stores, buy something at the register, then use a Taser on the clerk before getting away with money.
Police believe his first robbery was Aug. 18 at the Plaza Express and the latest was Friday morning at a family-run grocery store.
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