2 charged in armed robbery at Lancaster store

The HeraldNovember 12, 2013 

Two suspects have recently been arrested in connection with a May 8 armed robbery at a Lancaster store.

Police say two men entered the Antioch Grocery at 2702 Flat Creek Road with a gun. One suspect jumped behind the counter and struck the clerk in the head. They demanded cash and fled the store with an undisclosed amount of money and merchandise.

The clerk was treated by EMS for minor injuries, an no one else was injured.

After an investigation, the Lancaster County Sheriff’s Office charged Terry Lynn Price, of Great Falls, 21, and Deqavies Mackey, 19, of Lancaster with armed robbery. Price also is charged with assault and battery and possession of a weapon during the commission of a violent crime, according to a sheriff’s office press release.

Price was arrested on Oct. 17 in Chester County, where he is still being held on other charges awaiting transfer to Lancaster County. Mackey was arrested in Great Falls on Nov. 4 and transferred to the Lancaster County Detention Center. Mackey’s bond has been denied.

Price and Mackey were identified as the suspects after evidence left behind at the scene linked them to crime, the release states.

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