EASTON, Md. - Nearly two years later, Police have charged a Smyrna man in connection with an Easton armed robbery.
Easton Police say 33-year-old Larry Sexton was arrested on unrelated charges, and during that booking process, had to submit a DNA sample. The results of that sample, reportedly linked him to evidence left behind during an armed robbery of the CVS Pharmacy in Easton, where two men reportedly got away with more than $5,000 worth of pills. According to the report, the crime occurred on August 6th of 2011.
Sexton was charged with 39 total offenses including, armed robbery, robbery, 1st and 2nd degree assault, and theft. He is currently serving time on unrelated offenses, with the Maryland Department of Correction System.
Police continue the investigation, as they are still looking to identify the second suspect reportedly involved.