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Bremerton man faces pair of armed robbery charges

Bremerton resident Anthony Traumayn Lafrombois, 23, has been charged in Kitsap County District Court with two counts of robbery in the second degree.

On June 6, Lafrombois allegedly robbed two men at gunpoint at a home in the 4100 block of G Street.

The victims said that Lafrombois, known as "A-Town," woke them up and pointed a small silver gun at them.

Lafrombois allegedly stole the first victim's iPhone after throwing a marijuana grinder at the man's forehead that left a gash.

Lafrombois is accused of then kicking the second man in the face and robbing him as well.

Police were called to a home in the 600 block of Marion Avenue later that night where witnesses said Lafrombois displayed a handgun.

Lafrombois was subsequently stopped by Bremerton police, but no gun was located. He was, however, taken into custody on outstanding warrants.

Robbery in the second degree carries a maximum penalty of ten years in prison.

 

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