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Two Charged in Wicomico County Robbery

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Courtney Michelle Ferrell Courtney Michelle Ferrell
James William Davis III James William Davis III

QUANTICO, Md.- Deputies with the Wicomico County Sheriff's Office have arrested two people accused of giving a man a ride and robbing him before throwing him out of their vehicle. 

Courtney Michelle Ferrell, 30, of Quantico, and James William Davis III, 29, of Princess Anne, Md. are each charged with robbery, second-degree assault and theft under $1,000. 

According to the sheriff's office, the suspects' arrests stemmed from an incident that occurred Thursday on Giles Lane at Catchpenny Road in Quantico. 

Deputies said Ferrell and Davis reportedly picked up the victim and were driving toward the Quantico area when Ferrell pulled to the side of a dark country road. Deputies said it was then that Davis - who was in the rear seat - grabbed the man around the neck while Ferrell began searching the man's pockets. According to deputies, Ferrell took the victim's wallet before pushing him out of the vehicle. The victim stated that he was left on the side of the road as the pair drove away, deputies said. 

The sheriff's office said that during the investigation, Ferrell and Davis were identified as as the individuals responsible for this crime and warrants were obtained for their arrests. Both were taken into custody on the aforementioned charges and ordered held in the Wicomico County Detention Center in lieu of $150,000 bond each.

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