Man accused of robbing Ann Arbor Denny's, Circle K returns to court this week
The man accused of robbing Ann Arbor Denny’s and Circle K locations will return to court in two weeks after his preliminary exam was adjourned Thursday.
Courtesy of Ann Arbor police
Jason Davis, 41, is charged with two counts of armed robbery for allegedly holding up the businesses at gunpoint on April 14 and April 15. Davis was arrested on April 20 by Ann Arbor police investigators.
He will be back in court for a preliminary exam at 8:30 a.m. May 17, according to court records.
If convicted of the charges, Davis faces life in prison.
No one was hurt in either robbery. The first took place at Denny’s, 3310 Washtenaw Ave., at 11:10 p.m. April 14 and the second incident took place at 3:15 a.m. April 15 at the Circle K located at 1420 E. Stadium Blvd. Only small amounts of cash were taken, police said.
He’s listed as a parole absconder by state records. Davis has previous convictions for bank robbery in 2007, larceny in a building in 2004 and 1999 and two armed robbery convictions in 1990, according to records.
Davis is being held in the Washtenaw County Jail on a $50,000 bond.