Bond denied on man who police say fought K-9, committed robbery at Waffle House
A man hospitalized at MUSC after a robbery at a North Charleston Waffle House is now in jail.
Records on the website of the Al Cannon Detention Center show 40-year-old Benjamin Gantt is facing four charges and a $30,000 bond following the robbery and a string of events that ended in what police describe as a fight with a police K-9 officer.
No bond is listed on the armed robbery charge. For three other charges -- failure to stop for a blue light, resisting arrest (felony) and possession of a knife during a violent crime -- there's a $10,000 bond amount for each charge.
Police say Gantt targeted the Waffle House on Aviation Avenue Tuesday morning. They are investigating the possibility he may have also been responsible for a robbery that happened at the restaurant a week prior.
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