UPDATE (KTVE/KARD) — According to Monroe Police, the third suspect in the robbery, 25-year-old Carlton E. London, was arrested on Wednesday, May 11, 2022, for his alleged involvement in the incident.

According to one of the suspects in the robbery, London assisted with the planning and the execution of the incident. One of the suspects then advised officers that London was supposed to distract the business owner to execute the robbery.

Carlton E. London

London advised officers that he had nothing to do with the robbery and he was asleep at the time of the incident. He was transported to the Ouachita Correctional Center and charged with Armed Robbery and Criminal Conspiracy to Commit an Armed Robbery.


Spencer D. Simon

UPDATE (KTVE/KARD) — According to Monroe Police, they have identified and arrested 31-year-old Spencer D. Simon, who is the second suspect in the armed robbery of a Monroe business owner. Simon’s silver Nissan Altima was used as the getaway car for the robbery.

A witness and one of the suspects identified Simon as the getaway driver. According to one of the suspects, Simon knew about the robbery prior to the incident.

Simon allegedly dropped off the suspects at the crime scene and immediately drove away. Simon then drove to the street behind the crime scene where he picked up the money, which was split between the suspects.

On Wednesday, May 11, 2022, Simon’s vehicle was located on the 100 block of Forest Avenue. According to Simon, the vehicle belonged to his sister and he was paid $300 dollars for the robbery.

Simon also mentioned that he did not have knowledge of the robbery prior to the incident, and the $300 was paid to him for gas money. Simon was placed under arrest and charged with Armed Robbery and Conspiracy to Commit Armed Robbery.


MONROE, La. (KTVE/KARD) — On Tuesday, May 10, 2022, Monroe Police responded to the 1600 block of South 2nd Street in reference to an armed robbery. Upon arrival, officers made contact with the victim who stated two males came into the victim’s business and pepper-sprayed the victim.

According to the victim, one of the suspects allegedly pointed a gun at the victim and both suspects forced the victim into the business’ office, stealing an undetermined amount of money. Video evidence confirmed the victim’s statement.

Antheon C. Glass

The victim advised officers they recognized one of the suspects as 28-year-old Antheon C. Glass. The victim knows him as “Ant.”

Officers discovered that Glass comes to the business often. Authorities then arrived at Glass’ residence on the 1800 block of Bonner Drive and searched his home.

During the search, officers discovered a gray and black backpack, red hooded sweatshirt, and gray pants, which were seen worn by one of the suspects at the time of the robbery. Officers made contact with Glass at South 9th Street.

According to authorities, Glass admitted to his involvement in the robbery. According to Glass, he stole $900 from the victim and fled to South Third Street after the incident.

He also admitted pepper-spraying the victim during the robbery and that he planned the robbery with other suspects. Glass was placed under arrest and transported to the Ouachita Correctional Center. He was charged with Armed Robbery, Criminal Conspiracy, Driver must be Licensed, Illegal Carrying a Weapon in the Presence of Narcotics, Improper Lane Use, Possession of a Controlled Dangerous Substance, Possession of a Firearm by a Person Convicted of Domestic Abuse Battery, Domestic Abuse Battery, and Contraband Defined.

Glass’ bond was set at $64,550.