MOBILE, Ala. (WKRG) – The 20-year-old wanted in connection with a robbery and kidnapping has turned himself to Mobile Police, according to a police spokesperson.
Police have been looking for Calvin Harris after an incident at Easy Money loan company on April 13th.
The incident happened at the store on Airport Blvd. near the Schillinger Road intersection. Mobile Police have already arrested 25-year-old Jaquail Busby. Busby is charged with two counts of first-degree robbery, two counts of first-degree kidnapping, and illegal firearm possession. Harris is charged with robbery and kidnapping.
According to police, the victim was on her way home from work when Busby and Harris pulled her over and Busby held her at gunpoint and forced her to drive to a cemetery where they stayed until morning.
The next morning, Busby forced the woman to drive to Easy Money where he demanded she grab money from the safe while he stayed in the car. Police say Busby spotted a second employee who had arrived at work and forced her inside the business too before leaving the scene.