Alleged Hartly Robbery Victim Tails Suspects, Three Arrested - 47 ABC - Delmarva's Choice

Alleged Hartly Robbery Victim Tails Suspects, Three Arrested

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19-year-old Bradford Husfelt, of Dover 19-year-old Bradford Husfelt, of Dover
20-year-old Clayton Adam, of Dover 20-year-old Clayton Adam, of Dover

HARTLY, Del. - Police have arrested three men in connection with a Hartly robbery. Delaware State Police say a man took money out of the ATM at the Royal Farms on Halltown Road, when a man, later identified as 19-year-old Bradford Husfelt, of Dover, grabbed the $200, from him and fled.

According to the report, the victim then saw a white station-wagon driving away recklessly, and so the victim followed in his own car, while on the phone with 911. The victim reportedly told Police, while he was following, a passenger in the station-wagon pointed a black handgun out the window at the victim, and his passenger.

Dover Police officers reportedly caught up with the vehicles as they crossed into city limits, and stopped the suspect station-wagon. The driver, a 17-year-old Hartly male, and two passengers, Husfelt, and 20-year-old Clayton Adam, of Dover, were all taken into custody. Police say a search of the station-wagon revealed the $200 cash, and a 9mm pistol.

All three were charged with 1st degree robbery, possession of a deadly weapon during the commission of a felony, 2 counts of aggravated menacing, 2nd degree conspiracy, and theft under $1,500. Husfelt and Adam are being held at James T. Vaughn Correctional Center on $14,500 bond, the juvenile was released on bond to the custody of a parent. Neither victim was injured during the incident.

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