Two men accused of robbing a restaurant they were employed with have been indicted for the crime.
Jeremy Huffman and Jacob Rybak, both of Woodstock, have been indicted by a Cherokee County grand jury for the July 4th robbery of Chick-Fil-A on Eagle Drive in Towne Lake.
Huffman and Rybak have both been indicted on one count each of armed robbery and aggravated assault. Huffman faces an additional count of obstruction of an officer.
On July 4th at around 7 p.m, the manager of the restaurant on Eagle Drive said Huffman entered the restaurant just before the place was set to close and lingered inside the restaurant as the manager was closing down.
Huffman then allegedly pulled out a revolver, pointed it at the manager and demanded he hand over money from a safe.
The manager then gave Huffman an undisclosed amount of cash and Huffman left the restaurant on foot.
Deputies with the Cherokee Sheriff's Office canvassed the area and later located Rybak in a wooded area along Towne Lake Parkway. Huffman was later located at his home and taken into custody by deputies.
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