A man arrested last year following back-to-back attempted robberies has been convicted of two charges.
Jayden Cobb has been found guilty of robbery and theft and will return to court on Dec. 12. He is presently on bail.
At the time of the offences, police said a man demanded money from a gas station in the 2700 block of Central Avenue but left when he was refused.
The suspect was seen heading toward Extra Foods across the street. As an officer arrived, a second call to 911 reported a robbery at the supermarket. Police quickly arrested Cobb, who was 24 at the time.
Police said no weapons were displayed, no one was hurt, and no items were taken during either incident.
Cobb also faces a related breach of release charge dating to April of this year.