Huntington Robbery Suspect Turns Self in

Updated 1 year ago Edited from Multiple Sources
Aaron Rafael Ingram
Aaron Rafael Ingram

Aaron Rafael Ingram, 49, has turned himself in to Huntington Police. He is the suspect in the robbery and attempted murder at G.D. Ritzy's , 1335 Hal Greer Blvd., early Saturday morning of owner Sid Torlone.

Based on video surveillance , the suspect held Torlone at knife point to get him to open a floor safe, then savagely beat him four times in the head with a metal object. He lay severely bleeding for 30-40 minutes until a delivery person discovered him. 

Magistrate Johnny McCallister arraigned the suspect and set a $500,000 cash only bond, according to the Herald Dispatch.

No update on Torlone's condition, which was critical following surgery, has been made available to the media. 

Interim Police Chief Hank Dial told the newspaper that officers worked all weekend to locate the suspect and convince him to turn himself over to authorities. 


Aaron Ingram has been named in warrants for first degree robbery and attempted murder in connection with the robbery Saturday morning, April 28,  at G.D. Ritzy's which left its owner in critical condition from head injuries. Sid Torlone sustained injuries from a blunt object to the head, according to news reports. 

Huntington Police detectives believe that Ingram , a former employee at the restaurant,  entered the business with a knife in an attempt to rob G.D. Ritzy’s owner Sidney Torlone before he opened Saturday morning.

Torlone was held at knifepoint until he gave the suspect items from a safe. The suspect then delivered several blows to Torlone’s head with a blunt metal object. Torlone suffered severe injuries to his head and is in critical condition at a local hospital.

Ingram has an extensive, violent criminal history and should be considered armed and dangerous. Anyone with information on Ingram’s whereabouts or the incident is advised to call 911 immediately.




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