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Three Arrested During Cambridge Armed Robbery Investigation

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40-year-old Theodore Molock Jr., of Cambridge 40-year-old Theodore Molock Jr., of Cambridge
66-year-old Jessie Richardson, of Cambridge 66-year-old Jessie Richardson, of Cambridge
28-year-old Megan Terry, of Linkwood 28-year-old Megan Terry, of Linkwood

CAMBRIDGE, Md. - Police have made three arrests in connection with an investigation into several armed robberies in Dorchester County. On Tuesday, around 5:00 AM, Cambridge Police say they searched a Pine Street home, during an on-going investigation into armed robberies that had been happening in the City.

Three people were arrested and charged at the home; 40-year-old Theodore Molock Jr., and 66-year-old Jessie Richardson, both of Cambridge, along with 28-year-old Megan Terry, of Linkwood.

Molock is charged with conspiracy to commit all of the following: armed robbery, 1st and 2nd degree assault, reckless endangerment, and robbery, along with conspiracy-firearm used in commission of a felony, and 5 counts of accessory after the fact statute. He is being held at the Dorchester County Detention Center on $250,000 bond.

Richardson is charged with possession of all of the following: unregistered firearm, CDS heroin, CDS paraphernalia, and an illegal firearm. He is being held at the Detention Center on $20,000 bond. Terry was charged with possession of CDS heroin and paraphernalia, and held on $7,500 bond.

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