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3 Men Plead Innocent to Robbery Charges

February 14, 1991

Three men suspected of using a toy sawed-off shotgun to rob grocery stores, a restaurant and a drugstore pleaded not guilty Monday during arraignment in Glendale Municipal Court.

William Ray Morgan, 31, of Tujunga; Thomas Matthew Davis, 26, of Glendale, and Samuel Singletary, 34, of La Crescenta were ordered to return to court Feb. 26 for a preliminary hearing on second-degree robbery charges, authorities said.

Glendale Police Detective John McKillop said the men are suspected of committing five holdups during February in the Glendale-Burbank area. He said Morgan and Singletary were arrested last week by Los Angeles sheriff's deputies, who seized a toy shotgun during a search of the suspects' car.

Glendale officers later arrested Davis after he was identified as the third suspect in the holdups, McKillop said.

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