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Two Milton Men Arrested for Robberies

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From left: Bryant Richardson and Ricky Stevens From left: Bryant Richardson and Ricky Stevens

MILTON, Del.- Police say they have arrested two Milton men in connection with three robberies of the same store, with the most recent holdup having occurred over the weekend.

Milton police said that on Saturday, 21-year-old Ricky Stevens and 24-year-old Bryant Robinson entered Bodie's Dairy Market and held two cashiers up at gunpoint. Police said one of the cashiers had a gun pressed into her lower back, which caused minor injuries. The two men then took an undisclosed amount of money and then ran out of the business and took off in a vehicle, according to police.

Delaware State Police units responded to the scene and located the suspects' vehicle in Shipbuilder Village. Police said Stevens was located walking toward Robinson's home and both men were taken into custody.

Milton police towed the vehicle and then executed a search warrant on the vehicle and Robinson's home. Police said they located some cash associated with the robbery in the vehicle and items that connected the two men to another robbery that occurred at Bodie's in September 2014. According to police, the investigation led to evidence that tied three robberies at Bodie's since September 2014 to Robinson and Stevens.

Police said the two were also found to be wanted a capias and by a local agency.

Robinson was charged with four counts of first-degree robbery, three counts of possession of firearm during felony, three counts of wearing a disguise during a felony, two counts of second-degree conspiracy, second-degree assault, one count of first-degree reckless endangering, one count of third-degree criminal trespass, offensive touching and local fugitive.

Stevens was charged with two counts of first-degree robbery, two counts of possession of firearm during felony, two counts of wearing a disguise during felony, second-degree conspiracy, first-degree reckless endangering, third-degree criminal trespassing and local fugitive.

Robinson was ordered held in default of $205,000 cash bond and Stevens was ordered held in default of $142,050 secured bond.


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