Spring Hill, Florida -- A woman was robbed at gunpoint by two suspects who wanted pills.
On October 3, Robert Stack called Jeff Brehony around 2:30 a.m. and asked him for a ride to go pick up pills. Brehony drove to Stack's home and then to a home on Bromley Avenue.
Reportedly, Stack entered the home wearing a black hooded sweatshirt, blue gloves, a ski-mask and goggles. He met with the victim, demanded pills at gunpoint and then fled the scene.
Once Stack had the bottle of pills he got back into Brehony's truck and the two fled the scene. On the drive back to Stack's house, Stack gave Brehony five of the pills and $15 in gas money. Brehony dropped Stack off and Brehony went back to his job site.
Within 25 minutes, Stack was in custody. Post Miranda, Stack admitted to robbing the victim of her pills. He advised that Brehony helped him plan the robbery and that Brehony received 20 pills for his part in the robbery.
Post Miranda, Brehony admitted to knowing of the robbery only after Stack exited the residence.