Four Arrested in Connection to Greenbrier County Robbery


UPDATE: State Police in Rainelle arrested four people for robbing the Taco Bell and Little General in Charmco, Greenbrier County. The suspects also stole a Nissan Sentra and broke into two other cars. The arrested were made on Wednesday, April 22. 

Joseph Props, Amelia Loudermilk, Jonathan Blankenship and William Nutter Jr. were all arrested. 

Police identified Amelia Loudermilk in the surveillance video from the Little General. She then led police to the other three involved.

Police said the group stole more than $10,000 worth of items. All of which has been recovered.

Loudermilk is facing breaking and entering and conspiracy charges.

Props is facing grand larceny charges, two counts of breaking and entering and three counts of conspiracy.

Blankenship faces two counts of conspiracy charges.

Nutter is charged with destruction of property and two counts of conspiracy.

All are in the Southern Regional Jail tonight.


Deputies in Greenbrier County said they’re investigating a robbery at the Little General-Taco Bell in Charmco. They said it happened at around 4 a.m. on Wednesday, April 22, 2015. 
Investigators said they are looking for two suspects in connection to the robbery: a white woman and man. Stay with 59News on air and online at as we gather the latest developments on this story.  

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