UPDATED--2 BP shooting death suspects in court; 3rd surrenders

Matthew Dugan had worked at the gas station for two months.
Matthew Dugan had worked at the gas station for two months.
Anthony Belton and Dymond Bolton were charged on Thursday.
Anthony Belton and Dymond Bolton were charged on Thursday.

Visitation for Matthew Dugan will be Sunday from 2-8 p.m. at H.H. Birkenkamp Funeral Home on Tremainsville. A funeral service will be held Monday at 11 a.m. at Toledo Memorial Park on Monroe St. A fund has been set up to help pay for funeral expenses. Checks can be made to The Dugan Family at the Toledo Firefighters Credit Union on West Laskey Rd.

TOLEDO, Ohio (WTOL) - The third suspect in the murder of a BP employee surrendered on Friday around 11:30 a.m., police say.

Tony Bivens, 17, has been charged with aggravated robbery with a gun specification. Were he to be tried in adult court, that would mean a mandatory extra 3 years in prison. However, Bivens will be tried in juvenile court.

Bivens' attorney appeared with his client. Bivens made no statement.

The two other suspects were taken into custody on Thursday and were arraigned Friday for the shooting death of Matthew Dugan, a BP employee, police say.

Anthony Belton, 22, has been charged with aggravated robbery and aggravated murder. Dymond Bolton, 18, has been charged with aggravated robbery. Police say Bolton drove the getaway car.

Thirty-four-year-old Matthew Dugan was shot and killed early Wednesday at the BP station on Dorr and Secor. He was at his place of work, in west Toledo, when someone entered the building and, police say, either attempted to rob him or did rob him.

Lucas County Coroner investigator Bob Hannon says Dugan was shot in the head. He says it looks like the assailant shot him from behind.

Area law enforcement units arrived at the station about 7:45 a.m., responding to a report of a person lying on the floor behind the counter, bleeding from a gunshot wound.

The victim was reported dead shortly after police and EMT units arrived at the scene.

News 11 has been told Dugan had been an employee at the station for two months. His shift began at midnight. The door to the station is opened at 6 a.m., after which the perpetrator entered the building, police say.

Police say the last transaction on his register took place at 7:00 a.m.

Police say surveillance video played a role in helping them find the suspects.

Stay tuned to WTOL.com and News 11 for updates on this story.

It was sometime after 6:00 a.m. when cameras caught a man walking into the BP gas station on Dorr and Secor.

"Early in the morning like that, walking through the doors. It's rush hour. That's unusual," says Toledo Police Department Cpt. Ray Carroll.

Surveillance cameras show a black man standing between 5 ft. 7 in. and 5 ft. 10 in., wearing a black hoodie and tan pants. He grabs a drink and heads to the counter.

Dugan rang it in, the suspect pulled a gun, and even though Dugan gave him the cash as soon as he turned his back, the robber shot him in the head.

Natasha Jones entered the store around 7:40 a.m. and discovered Dugan's body behind the counter. Another customer called 911.

"He was just pale and laying there. He wasn't breathing. His stomach wasn't moving," says Dugan.

"I'm like, I don't know what I would do if it happened to me, but it happened today. It's horrible. I keep seeing it over and over at the store. It's horrible."

"I keep looking by our cash register and I keep seeing it over and over. I can smell it. The smell is still in my nose," says Jones, who says she realizes how close she came to danger.

"Scared. I feel scared. What if I would have got here earlier when it was going on. I could have been killed."

Now police hope to get any help on the case by releasing surveillance tapes. They want to make sure this killer doesn't get away with murder.

"This was an unbelievably senseless crime. Someone who comes to work everyday gets killed for it," says Carroll.

Dugan's father, Tom Dugan, was the local 92 fire union president, who died from cancer four years ago.

WTOL talked with a member of the Dugan family Wednesday afternoon. They said they were too emotional to talk.

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