Three charged after incident at Terrace Park

Three cell phones and a wallet were stolen at Terrace Park in Spring Lake Park Saturday, allegedly by two men who may have been armed.

Jalisa Denise Pugh

Jalisa Denise Pugh

After an investigation by the Spring Lake Park Police Department, three young adults – Jalisa Denise Pugh, 18, New Hope; Marvis Kidet Peters, Jr., 19, Spring Lake Park; and Tony Terrell Satterlund, 21, Brooklyn Center – were arraigned in Anoka County District Court Tuesday on two felony charges, aggravated robbery in the second degree and simple robbery. Bail was set at $10,000, $15,000 and $20,000, respectively.

Aggravated robbery in the second degree involves the intimation of a weapon when a robbery is taking place.

According to the criminal complaint, Officer Mark Bonesteel responded to the 7800 block of Terrace Road after someone called to report that two men had robbed three “kids” and took off in a gray van, driven by a woman. The caller was able to provide the license number of the vehicle.

Bonesteel interviewed the three victims, aged 17 and 18.

The victims told police that around 6:30 p.m., two men approached them when they were skateboarding. The men allegedly asked to use the skateboards, implied that they had a gun and demanded the victims surrender their wallets and phones, which they did.

Marvis Kidet Peters, Jr.

Marvis Kidet Peters, Jr.

Police found a van matching the caller’s description near 89th Avenue and University Avenue in Blaine. Pugh, Peters, Satterlund and a child were inside, according to the complaint. Police arrested the three adults.

Tony Terrell Satterlund

Tony Terrell Satterlund

Sgt. Mike Long saw two cell phones under a car seat that matched descriptions provided by the victims and the wallet was also found inside the van, the complaint alleges.

Olivia Koester is at
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