Men accused of beating, robbing neighbor near U of M

Brady Jubinville (left) and Seth Williams

MEMPHIS, Tenn. — Two men were charged after allegedly setting up a neighbor, beating and then robbing him Tuesday evening.

The victim told police he was at home in the 3500 block of Kearney on Tuesday evening when he heard a knock at the door.  He answered it only to find himself being beaten by four men.

The armed suspects then forced their way inside and had him lead them through the house as they grabbed what they wanted. By the time they left, the crooks had reportedly stolen two TVs, a Xbox 360, an iPhone 6S and $300 in cash.

Unfortunately for them, the victim recognized two of the men involved in the crime as his neighbors, Seth Williams and Brady Jubinville.

The second suspect reportedly confessed to his role in the crime. He said he was tasked with luring the victim to the door and then acting as a lookout for his buddies inside.

Both identified suspects were charged with aggravated robbery, aggravated burglary, employment of a firearm, and attempted criminal burglary.

The other two have not been identified.

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