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UPDATE: Three Arrested In Trappe Bank Robbery

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EASTON, Md. - Three arrests have been made in connection to the Trappe bank robbery that occurred on June 19.

Maryland State Police arrested 27-year-old Hector Bannister II Wednesday morning at a home in Cambridge, Md. Bannister is charged with armed robbery, first and second degree assault, as well as reckless endangerment. Twenty four-year-old Christopher Carroll was arrested Tuesday night at a home in St. Michaels. Carroll is facing armed robbery charges, as well as drug charges. When troopers arrested him they found a large amount of suspected cocaine on him, packaged for street sale. Lastly, 39-year-old Clifton Morton Sr. was arrested Tuesday night walking in St. Michaels. He too faces a number of robbery-related charges. Morton was also previously wanted on a warrant for other robbery-related charges.

Police have connected the three men with the armed robbery of the Talbot Bank in Trappe on June 19th. A gun that was displayed during the robbery has not been recovered yet. The investigation is still ongoing. Maryland State Police ask anyone with information to contact the Easton Barrack at 410-819-4789.

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