Accused Convenience Store Robber Waives Right to Hearing

CLEARFIELD – The case against the man who allegedly robbed two DuBois convenience stores will be added to the trial list.

Michael D. Myers, 23, of DuBois, waived his right to a preliminary hearing Friday before Magisterial District Judge Patrick N. Ford.

Myers is alleged to have stolen $2,231.54 from the North Main Street Uni-Mart in DuBois on Feb. 28 and an unknown amount of money from the Choice Store on March 7.

DuBois City Police spoke with several people either told them of Myers’ actions or told them of suspicious behavior they saw Myers doing.

Police issued a Be On the Look Out for a certain stolen license plate that was believed to have been on Myers’ vehicle.

On March 11, state police in Oregon located Myers’ vehicle and took him into custody.

Myers then spoke to police in DuBois after being informed of his rights. Officers in Oregon reportedly found clothing matching that used in the robberies in Myers’ vehicle after executing a search warrant.

He was later extradited to Pennsylvania.

Myers remains in Clearfield County Jail in lieu of bail.

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