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UPDATE: Salisbury man convicted of robbing Bank of Delmarva at gunpoint

WICOMICO COUNTY, Md. - Officials say that a Salisbury man was convicted of armed robbery and the use of a handgun in the commission of a felony on January 3, in Wicomico County.

According to the Wicomico County State's Attorney's Office, 29-year-old Kalvin Holley of Salisbury, was found guilty of armed robbery and gun charges in Circuit Court, on January 3. He was then sentenced to 40 years in the division of corrections, with an active sentence of 22 years. The remainder of the time was suspended.

On December 9, 2016, five masked people, two of whom were armed with handguns, went into the Bank of Delmarva on Eastern Shore Drive, in Salisbury. Holley and another person both displayed handguns.

The suspects ordered all five bank employees to the ground at gunpoint and bound three bank tellers with zip ties. The suspects took over $11,000 in cash from the bank, as well as the personal property of the bank employees.

The majority of personal items and all the stolen money were recovered through the investigative efforts of the police. Wicomico County State's Attorney Jamie Dykes commended Detective Jason Caputo and other members of the Salisbury Police Department for their work in the investigation and prosecution of this.

Dykes also thanked Assistant State's Attorney Jared Monteiro who prosecuted the case. For more information, people can call 410-548-4880 or visit this website.


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