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Marion Station Man Accused In Crisfield Armed Robbery

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CRISFILED, Md. - A police investigation leads to the arrest of a Marion Station man in connection with a commercial armed robbery.

Crisfield Police say that on November 12th, an armed masked gunman, dress all in black, robbed Somers Cove Market, on Cove Street. The suspect reportedly got away with around $2,000.

By using surveillance footage and confidential sources, the Police investigation lead to a search of a home on Hudson Corner Road, in Marion Station. Police say that they found clothing that appeared to be the same as what was worn during the robbery.

At the home, they also arrested 20-year-old Joshua Hohman, and charged him with robbery - armed, robbery, handgun use in a felony, 1st and 2nd degree assault, and theft over $500. He is being held at the Somerset Detention Center without bond.

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