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Three More Suspects Arrested in Bank of Delmarva Holdup

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Heather Lynn Mitchell, David Jacquet and Hakeen Dewhite Wrightout Heather Lynn Mitchell, David Jacquet and Hakeen Dewhite Wrightout
Richard Moise and Tairell Copper Richard Moise and Tairell Copper

SALISBURY, Md.- Detectives with the Salisbury Police Department have arrested three more suspects in connection with the Dec. 9 armed robbery of the Bank of Delmarva branch on Eastern Shore Drive. 

Police said Wednesday that detectives have identified and arrested 34-year-old Heather Lynn Mitchell, 26-year-old David Jacquet and 27-year-old Hakeen Dewhite Wrightout, all of Salisbury, for their involvement in the robbery. Mitchell and Jacquet are each charged with accessory after the fact, conspiracy to commit armed robbery, robbery, first- and second-degree assault, reckless endangerment and theft. Wrightout is charged with armed robbery, robbery, first- and second-degree assault, reckless endangerment, theft, possession of handgun, possession of handgun during commission of a felony.

Police said the incident happened shortly before 5:30 p.m. Friday, Dec. 9, when five suspects entered the back door of the bank, located on the parking lot side, displayed handguns and began demanding money. They proceeded to order the bank employees to the floor while tying up their hands, according to investigators. Police said the suspects then grabbed an undisclosed amount of money from the bank teller drawers, prior to running out of the bank with the cash. 

Police said that after examining evidence and conducting interviews following the incident, they initially arrested 28-year-old Kalvin Lee Holley for his part in robbing the bank.

With some additional follow up investigation immediately proceeding the robbery, detectives said they also identified and arrested 25-year-old Richard Moise and 25-year-old Tairell Copper, both of Salisbury, for their role in the heist.

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