Man Charged with Robbing Candy’s Notary Service in Erie, Pennsylvania
Yesterday, Police in Erie Pennsylvania charged Marquell R. Hansbrew, 24, of robbing Candy’s Notary Service in late March.
Miller said she was updating her answering machine message when Hansbrew walked into the business, showed a gun to her, and demanded money. He then proceeded to drag her across the office and then fled with $411.
When Hansbrew’s name surfaced as a possible suspect in the robbery, the case investigator, Detective Jason Triana, put together a photo lineup for possible identification. Candy Miller successfully picked Hansbrew’s photo out of the lineup, and he was later brought before the court.
Hansbrew was arraigned on charges of robbery, aggravated assault, persons not to possess a firearm, carrying a firearm without a license, theft by unlawful taking, receiving stolen property, possessing instruments of crime and recklessly endangering another person.
Hansbrew was placed in the Erie County Prision on $100,000 bond.
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