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Brothers plead not guilty to Carl's Jr. robbery
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Jordan and Jeremy Dool - Davis County Jail photos
Jordan and Jeremy Dool - Davis County Jail photos
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FARMINGTON —Two brothers who allegedly robbed a Bountiful Carl's Junior pleaded not guilty on Wednesday, Jan. 8 in 2nd District Court.

Jordan Matthew Dool, 30 and Joseph Dool, 29, both of Tooele, entered their not guilty pleas to one count each of first-degree felony aggravated robbery, first-degree felony aggravated kidnapping and third-degree felony aggravated assault.

 According to a probable cause statement, the brothers walked into the Carl's Junior, at 195 W. 200 South, in Bountiful after 10 p.m. on Dec. 17, wearing masks and carrying a handgun. They allegedly took money from both the register and safe. During the course of the robbery, police say the men took four employees to the back of the store and bound them with duct tape. They then allegedly left in a red sports car.

Witnesses followed the car and called 911, reporting the whereabouts of the vehicle.

 Police caught up with the car on 2600 South. There were three people in it, the brothers and a woman, the documents says. The woman told police she didn't know the brothers were going to commit a robbery, so they let her go, according to the document.

After obtaining a search warrant, police found the masks, handgun and money inside the car, the probable cause statement said. The pair are expected back in court on Jan. 22.

mwilliams@davisclipper.com

 
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