BCSO: 3 men armed and dangerous at large

UPDATE APRIL 1: The Baldwin County Sheriff’s Office says Reginald Phipps Jr., also known as “Walnut”, came to the sheriff’s investigations command in Robertsdale and talked to investigators.  He was not arrested.  Investigators would not say why.  Deputies are still looking for the other two suspects.

Baldwin County Sheriff’s Investigators need your help in finding three men they said robbed a family, with two children, at gunpoint at a home in the Bon Secour area Wednesday, March 26.

Deputies said the robbery happened at the Whispering Oaks subdivision on Windy Willow Loop off of County Road 10.

Investigators said these are the men responsible: Nathaniel Paige, also known as “John Boy”, Timothy Holmes, Reginald Phipps Jr., also known as “Walnut”, and Freddrick Robinson.

All of the men are from Foley.

Robinson has been arrested, but investigators said the other three suspects are still at large.

Monday, March 31, victims of the crime showed FOX10 the damage to their home they said the men caused during the robbery.

They said the men kicked in their bedroom door, breaking it in half, and also ransacked dresser drawers and the oven drawer, looking for any valuables they could find. They family said the robbers even stuck their hands in urns of the family’s cremated loved ones in an attempt to find money.

The family said the robbers got away with their wallets and electronics, and now they don’t even have enough money to buy new driver’s licenses.

One neighbor said the violent crime has her worried.

“It scares me a little bit, I have kids and another one on the way,” said Dottie Herrero, who lives down the street, “Violence is just awful, and being in the neighborhood where it’s happening, just really makes me scared to sleep.”

Again, Nathaniel Paige, also known as “John Boy”, Timothy Holmes, Reginald Phipps Jr., also known as “Walnut”, are considered armed and dangerous. If you know where they are, call the Baldwin County Sheriff’s Office immediately.

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