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Cambridge Man Arrested in Easton Robbery

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(Tyrone T. Camper, Jr.; Photo Credit: Easton Police Department) (Tyrone T. Camper, Jr.; Photo Credit: Easton Police Department)

EASTON, Md. -- The Easton Police Department says they have arrested a Cambridge man in connection with an armed robbery investigation.

On September 24, 2016 at approximately 3:24 am, police say officers responded to the 20th block of S. Higgins Street in Easton in reference to a robbery. Upon arrival, officers met with the victim who informed them that he was robbed by a Caucasian female and an African-American male. After further interviewing the victim, it was learned that the African-American male demanded money from the victim and when the victim refused, the African-American male grabbed his neck and began to hit him. The Caucasian female then took the victim’s wallet and money. After an investigation in assistance with the Maryland Fugitive Apprehension Team, Easton Police identified the African-American suspect as Tyrone T. Camper Jr., 27, of Cambridge; he was arrested on October 11. 

Camper was taken before a Talbot County District Court Commissioner where police say he was held on a $70,000.00 bond. Police say he has been charged with Armed Robbery, Robbery, Theft: Less $1000.00, Assault 2nd Degree, Reckless Endangerment and conspiracy charges.

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