$1 million bond set for Joliet man charged in Domino’s Pizza robbery case

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BRADLEY – A $1 million bond has been set by a Will County Judge for a man arrested Friday by Bradley Police after a month-long investigation into a mid-January robbery of a Joliet Domino’s Pizza location.  

Saturday afternoon, Joliet Police reported Jaylen Gant, 28 of Joliet, was arrested by Bradley Police after the investigation identified Gant as a suspect in the January 14th robbery.

“Officers determined that a male suspect entered the store and demanded money while brandishing a firearm. While fleeing the restaurant after commission of the robbery, the suspect discharged one round at store employees. No one was struck.” Joliet Police reported Saturday. 

Gant was arrested on five counts including four felony charges including two counts of Armed Robbery and two counts of Unlawful Possession of a Weapon by a Felon in connection with the robbery of a Joliet Dominos Pizza in January. The Will County State’s Attorney Office approved the charges with bond set by a Will County Judge who issued the arrest warrant for Gant.

Gant is now being held at the Jerome Combs Detention Center in Kankakee.  

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