Four suspects arrested in connection to armed robbery in Asheboro
ASHEBORO, N.C. — Two men and two women have been charged in connection to an armed robbery reported in Asheboro.
Donald Lawrence Clark, Aaron Tyler Truman, Terri Leigh Cardwell and Jessica Shea Faircloth have been charged in connection to the incident.
Randolph County deputies were dispatched to a home at 3165 Rose Ave. in Asheboro on Saturday, in reference to an armed robbery that had just occurred there, according to officials.
The victim said he was robbed at gunpoint by two men and they left in a gray passenger car. Deputies stopped the vehicle and took four people into custody.
A search warrant was executed on the vehicle and detectives found the handgun described in the robbery along with the victim’s stolen goods.
All four people of the vehicle were taken to the Randolph County Jail and charged in connection with the robbery.
Clark and Truman have both been charged with one count of robbery with a dangerous weapon. They were both jailed under $1 million secured bonds.
The other two suspects were both charged with one count of aiding and abetting a robbery with a dangerous weapon. Cardwell received a $750,000 secured bond and Faircloth a $752,500 secured bond.
Authorities said the incident is still under investigation.