The Skeleton Mask Suspect Arrested! Is This Queensbury Mystery Now Solved?
According to WNTY New Channel 13, an arrest has been made in a case where the suspect robbed a Queensbury convenience store while wearing a skeleton mask. The mask and clothing that covered up the individual must have made it difficult to locate the man.
The Post Star reports that the Warren County Sherriff's Office identified 22-year-old Isaiah Gregory of Glens Falls as the individual that allegedly showed a handgun and took off with an undisclosed amount of cash from the Cumberland Farms on Quaker Road. Gregory has been arrested and charged with one felony count of first-degree robbery.
In the early morning hours of November 9th, according to CBS6, the Warren County Sherriff's office began investigating a truly scary armed robbery at a local convenience store. Just after midnight on Wednesday November 9th Isaiah Gregory allegedly robbed the Cumberland Farms location in Queensbury.
Adding a level of fright to an already scary situation the suspect's features were covered with a bright red winter coat, blue hoodie, red sneakers and a Halloween style skeleton mask to cover the face.
As you can see from the surveillance image, the suspect was holding what appears to be a handgun. No official word on what the criminal was after or what this person left the store with.
Gregory was arraigned at the Warren County Courthouse and sent to the Warren County Jail in lieu of $25,000 cash bail or $50,000 bond. He is scheduled to appear in Queensbury Town Court Monday morning at 9am.