- Associated Press - Monday, February 24, 2014

BENSENVILLE, Ill. (AP) - A Chicago man suspected of being the getaway driver in an attempted armed robbery that left a convenience store clerk dead has been ordered held on $2.5 million bond.

The Chicago Sun-Times (https://bit.ly/1fN3Ilc ) reports that 23-year-old Tremayne Davis appeared in court in DuPage County on Sunday on charges of first-degree murder, attempted armed robbery and obstruction of justice.

The robbery occurred on Jan. 19 in Bensenville. Thirty-six-year-old Hussein Saghir of Chicago was leaving work when he was confronted by two men. Police say one of the men pulled out a handgun and fatally shot Saghir. They say the men got into a car allegedly driven by Davis and drove off.

Twenty-year-old Kenneth Bardlett has also been charged and remains in custody. Police are seeking a third suspect.

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