NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WKRN) – Antonio Pitts, of Huntsville, Ala., faces a long list of federal charges for a rash of crimes that happened back in June 2021.
Investigators said it started with a carjacking before the 20-year-old suspect committed a number of armed robberies across Tennessee, hitting several fast food restaurants off of Interstate 40.
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Surveillance video showed the suspect place an order before getting out of the car with a shotgun pointed at the drive-thru employee.
The suspect entered a cash register code before taking off with the money in a matter of seconds.
Pitts was later arrested in Madison County.
If convicted, Pitts faces a mandatory minimum of seven years in prison on each count of brandishing a firearm, and up to life in prison.