P. v. Calloway
These appeals arise from the armed robbery of a Trader Joeâ€™s store. Appellant Raymond Calloway was convicted of four counts in the first trial, but the jury was unable to reach a verdict on the counts against his co-defendant, appellant Jason Bridges. Each was convicted as charged at the second trial.
Calloway and Bridges challenge the sufficiency of the evidence supporting their convictions of robbing two employees who remained secreted during the entire episode and who were unknown to them. Bridges challenges the evidence identifying him as one of the robbers and the juryâ€™s finding that he assaulted three employees who were in a back room. Bridges argues the trial court erred by informing the second jury that Calloway had been convicted of several counts in the first trial.