Robbery Suspect Also Confesses to Involvement in Ashland Incident
ASHLAND - A suspect in two mid-Missouri robberies also submitted a written confession in connection to The Copper Kettle restaurant and antique shop robbery in Ashland, according to Police Chief Anthony Consiglio.
After 23-year-old Matthew Carter admitted his role in the robbery of the 22 Drive Thru in Centralia and the Passions Adult Store in Cooper County, Consiglio said an Ashland officer then questioned him about the Copper Kettle incident and earned a confession. He's now facing additional charges of robbery and armed criminal action.
Consiglio said Carter took about $400 from The Copper Kettle, but it did not suffer any property damage.