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Police Arrest Second Suspect in Armed Robbery of Md. Home

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CHESTERTOWN, Md.- Police on Wednesday announced the arrest of the second suspect in an armed robbery that took place in a Chestertown home in which four children were present.

The robbery happened on Feb. 2 at 11 p.m. in the 23000 block of Woodsedge Drive. Maryland State Police said two suspects forced their way into the home and showed handguns. There were nine people inside the home, four of which were children under the age of 8, according to police.

Police said the suspects demanded money and left on foot.

Troopers said the first suspect, 21-year-old Donta Montgomery of Chestertown, was found hiding in the nearby wood line following the robbery. He was arrested and held on $250,000 bail.

After further investigation, police identified 25-year-old Aredelle Jones, also of Chestertown, as the second suspect. He was ordered held without bail.

Both suspects are awaiting trial.

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