2 arrested, 1 sought in Internet meet-up robbery - WKRN News 2

2 arrested, 1 sought in Internet meet-up robbery

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Kevin Williams, 27 Kevin Williams, 27
Kaigen Bailey, 22 Kaigen Bailey, 22
Steven Nabi, 25. Photo courtesy of Greenbrier police. Steven Nabi, 25. Photo courtesy of Greenbrier police.
GREENBRIER, Tenn. -

A man was assaulted and robbed at a Greenbrier motel last Friday after setting up a meeting with a woman he met on the Internet.

The victim told police he met Kaigen Bailey, 22, on a Web site and they discussed meeting each other at the Deerfield Inn on August 16.

He said they planned to "party and other activities."

Around 11:30 p.m. that evening, Bailey arrived in a white Ford Explorer and approached the victim's car on the passenger's side.

The victim was then struck in the back of the head with a pistol by Steven Nabi, 25, who is believed to be Bailey's accomplice.

Police reported that Nabi held the gun to the victim's head and demanded his wallet.  Both suspects then fled the scene.

A few days later on Monday night, police said another robbery occurred at the same motel.

This time, police said Nabi and another man, Kevin Williams, 27, robbed two different victims in the same Ford Explorer.

Authorities reported Williams used the same gun used in Friday's robbery and demanded the victims' wallets, keys, and phone.

A short time later, police located Bailey and Nabi.

Bailey is charged with aggravated robbery and conspiracy to commit aggravated robbery.  Her bond is set at $35,000.

Nabi is charged with the same plus an additional charge of aggravated assault.  His bond is set at $80,000.

Williams is still wanted by police.  Anyone with information on his whereabouts is urged to contact Greenbrier police at 615-384-4911.

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