GEORGETOWN – Georgetown police arrested two Delaware men in connection with a robbery that occurred March 16.
Georgetown Police responded to a call for an attempted robbery near the 500 block of North Bedford Street shortly after 2 p.m., Georgetown Police Department spokesman Det. Joey Melvin said.
Police investigation revealed the victim was approached by two suspects who grabbed him and demanded money.
The victim was restrained by suspects as they continued to demand money from him; he eventually freed himself and ran to a nearby business to call police, Det. Melvin said.
Georgetown police were assisted in the search by the Delaware State Police Governor’s Task Force, Delaware Capitol Police K9 Unit and Delaware Probation and Parole.
The two suspects were seen running behind a business on North Bedford Street and successfully apprehended by police.
Suspects arrested were Leron Parham, 26, of Millsboro, and Devin Gray, 26, of Lincoln.
Both face charges of attempted robbery 2nd degree and conspiracy.
Gray and Parham were arraigned and committed to Sussex Correctional Institution in lieu of a total $7,000 secured bond.
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