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Cambridge Police Investigation Leads to Three Arrests

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40-year-old Theodore Thomas Molock Jr. of Cambridge 40-year-old Theodore Thomas Molock Jr. of Cambridge
66-year-old Jessie Lee Richardson of Cambridge 66-year-old Jessie Lee Richardson of Cambridge
28-year-old Megan Ruth Terry of Linkwood. 28-year-old Megan Ruth Terry of Linkwood.

CAMBRIDGE, Md.- Cambridge police say an investigation into a series of recent armed robberies in the city has resulted in one suspect being arrested on robbery and related charges and the arrests of two other suspects on drug charges.

Police said that at around 5 a.m. Tuesday, officers served a search and seizure warrant at a home on 921 Pine St. Officers arrested 40-year-old Theodore Thomas Molock Jr., 66-year-old Jessie Lee Richardson both of Cambridge and 28-year-old Megan Ruth Terry of Linkwood.

Police charged Molock with conspiracy to commit armed robbery, conspiracy to commit first-degree assault, conspiracy to commit second-degree assault, conspiracy to commit reckless endangerment, conspiracy to commit robbery, conspiracy firearm used in commission of a felony and five counts of accessory after the fact statute.

Richardson was charged with possession of a unregistered firearm, possession of CDS heroin, possession of CDS paraphernalia and possession of an illegal firearm.

Terry was charged with the possession of CDS heroin and possession of CDS paraphernalia.

All three were held in the Dorchester County Detention Center on bond.

 

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