The suspect in Saturday's armed robbery of a Philadelphia convenience store was just charged with two counts of capital murder.



Robert Leon Jackson, 30, of 224 Manship St., Jackson, was just charged with two counts of capital murder, one count of attempted murder, two counts aggravated assault and one count of a felon in possession of a firearm and is being held without bond.

Megan Staats, a cashier at the CEFCO convenience store on Mississippi 16 west, and Jeremy Apperson, a man in the parking, were shot dead while another man drove himself to the hospital, according to Philadelphia police.

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