Man accused of robbing Hanover Turkey Hill
A Hanover man is in York County Prison months after police say he robbed a Turkey Hill.
Hanover Police say Davon Lamar Williams wore a mask and demanded money and cigarettes from the Turkey Hill at 703 Carlisle St. on July 23.
Williams, 19, of the first block of South Street, is charged with robbery, terroristic threats, theft and receiving stolen property.
Robbery: Police say Williams entered the store with a mask on about 10 p.m. He demanded money and Newport cigarettes, according to charging documents.
The cashier gave him about $223 and five packs of cigarettes, totaling about $41, according to police.
Court documents state Williams kept his right hand in his pocket, causing the cashier to think Williams had a weapon.
Vehicle: According to police, a woman had dropped Williams off at the Turkey Hill while she waited in a van at a nearby Weis.
On the night of the robbery, police say Williams was supposed to run back to the vehicle, but instead he ran home because an officer stopped and talked to the driver before Williams could make it to the van.
The two later met at his home, where Williams told her he had ro run home quickly because police were called, court documents state. When she asked why police were called, he told her it was because he took money and cigarettes from Turkey Hill, police said.
Charges were filed Nov. 30, and he was arraigned on the charges Dec. 1.
Williams remains in York County Prison in lieu of $250,000 bail. He does not have an attorney listed.
His preliminary hearing is scheduled for Dec. 28 at District Judge Dwayne Dubs' office.
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