Three arrested for North Codorus Township armed robbery

Anthony Maenza
York Dispatch

Three people were arrested and charged with criminal conspiracy in the robbery of the Rutter’s Farm Store in North Codorus Township. 

Wilmer Febus-Lopez, 29, and John Taylor-Williams, 22, both from Spring Grove, and Ciera Reisinger, 21, of Glen Rock, were arrested following an armed robbery on Aug. 27, according to a statement from Northern York County Regional Police. 

All three were arraigned on various charges in the Magisterial District Court of Judge Thomas J. Reilly on Aug. 27. 

Ciera Reisinger

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Febus-Lopez was charged with conspiracy to commit robbery with the threat of injury, a first-degree felony, and terroristic threats, a third-degree felony. He also faces three misdemeanor charges of various degrees. 

Febus-Lopez's bail was set at $40,000. 

Wilmer Febus-Lopez

Taylor-Williams was charged with conspiracy to commit robbery with the threat of injury, a first-degree felony, possession of a prohibited firearm, second-degree felony, and terroristic threats and firearms not to be carried without license, third-degree felonies. Taylor-Williams was also charged with three first-degree misdemeanors and a second-degree misdemeanor. 

Bail for Taylor-Williams was set at $50,000. 

John Taylor-Williams

Reisinger faces felony charges of conspiracy to commit robbery with the threat of injury, a first-degree felony, and and terroristic threats, a third-degree felony. She also faces two first-degree misdemeanors in the case. 

Reisinger’s bail was set at $30,000. 

All three will face a preliminary hearing on the charges Sept. 12 

According to a statement from Northern York County Regional Police, one of their officers saw two men walk into the store and later saw the same two men run from the store and get into a 2005 gold Jeep Grand Cherokee driven by a woman. The officer began to follow the Jeep and learned from 911 dispatch that the clerks at the store were robbed at gunpoint. 

The officer pulled over the vehicle in Glen Rock and was assisted by officers from the Southern York Regional Police and Pennsylvania State Police. 

The three were taken into custody without incident. 

— Reach Anthony Maenza at amaenza@yorkdispatch.com or @atmaenza on Twitter. 

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