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Five Teens Accused Of Assault Over Cell Phone In Salisbury

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SALISBURY, Md. - Five teenagers were arrested after allegedly assaulting someone and stealing their cell phone.

Salisbury Police say on Monday, around 4:45 AM, five black males were inside a Records Street home, when they pulled out a handgun, and demanded the cell phone on the victim. According to the report, when the victim refused to give up the phone, one of the suspects, forced it from her, and then they all fled.

Police say the suspects fled to a home on E. Lincoln Avenue, where they later arrested four of the five suspects, 17-year-old Dequan White, of Salisbury, who is being charged as an adult with armed robbery, 2nd degree assault, theft less $100, conspiracy to commit robbery, and possession of marijuana, along with three 14-year-old males, of Salisbury, who were all charged with armed robbery, 2nd degree assault, theft less $100, conspiracy to commit robbery.

Police say they also found a pellet gun at the E. Lincoln home. The fifth suspect, 17-year-old Shaquan Wallace, of Salisbury, was arrested on Tuesday, and is charged, as an adult, with armed robbery, 2nd degree assault, theft less $100, and conspiracy to commit robbery.

Both White and Wallace were released to the custody of Central Booking, the three 14-year-olds were released to Lower Easter Shore Children's Center

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