3rd Hospital Employee Attacked

CHARLOTTE, N.C. — A Presbyterian Hospital employee was robbed at gunpoint in a parking deck Tuesday, three weeks after two other hospital employees were attacked.

Lejarris Williams was arrested and charged with armed robbery, the Charlotte Observer reports. Police are now investigating whether or not Williams was responsible for the two earlier attacks.

Security around the hospital has been doubled and officers have been regularly patrolling around the parking lots after the first attacks.

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