Cecil Whig - - & - OBIT­U­ARY POL­ICY

The cap­ture of Clen­daniel and White came af­ter state troop­ers and Ce­cil County Sher­iff’s Of­fice deputies con­ducted a sat­u­ra­tion sur­veil­lance de­tail Tues­day night, fo­cus­ing on the Bay View and Ris­ing Sun ar­eas where the armed rob­beries had been com­mit­ted, ac­cord­ing to state po­lice.

State troop­ers were con­duct­ing sur­veil­lance on the High’s Dairy Store on Tues­day night when Clen­daniel en­tered the store wear­ing a black hooded sweat­shirt with the hood up, sun­glasses and black gloves and car­ry­ing a black ma­chete and a blue cloth bag.

Clen­daniel was im­me­di­ately con­fronted by two state troop­ers who or­dered her to stop and put down the ma­chete, ac­cord­ing court doc­u­ments.

Clen­daniel walked slowly back­wards and then ex­ited the store and ran into the front park­ing lot as state po­lice gave chase and con­tin­ued to tell her to stop. Af­ter run­ning about 25 yards, Clen­daniel stopped and faced the two state troop­ers, still hold­ing the ma­chete in her right hand. She was or­dered to place the ma­chete on the ground and was then ar­rested, ac­cord­ing to charg­ing doc­u­ments.

Po­lice then searched Clen­daniel and found a crack pipe, five sub­ox­one strips, two hy­po­der­mic nee­dles an

un­known quan­tity of pills con­tained within an or­ange silly puddy sub­stance, ac­cord­ing to the doc­u­ments.

Af­ter Clen­daniel was ar­rested, law en­force­ment then be­gan search­ing the sur­round­ing ar­eas and found White sit­ting in a red pickup truck parked at the end of Man­sion Drive. Po­lice spoke to White, who said he was wait­ing for his girl­friend Sarah to come back from the store.

White was then ar­rested and found to have 11 Oxy­codone Hy­drochlo­ride pills and one tri­an­gu­lar red pill marked with a fancy “F” that couldn’t be iden­ti­fied,” ac­cord­ing to court doc­u­ments.

Clen­daniel and White’s string of armed rob­beries started on March 21 at 8:37 p.m. at the Pantry 1 Mart near Ris­ing Sun, where clerks re­ported a masked woman had en­tered the store, bran­dished a ma­chete, de­manded cash and cig­a­rettes and then fled the store on foot.

The next day at 8:12 p.m. a sim­i­lar armed rob­bery oc­curred at High’s Dairy Store at 3155 Joseph Biggs Memo­rial High­way. Clerks again told troop­ers that a short woman walked into the store wield­ing a ma­chete and de­manded cash and cig­a­rettes.

The armed rob­bery spree then con­tin­ued on March 25 when a woman armed with a ma­chete again held up the Pantry 1 Mart and de­manded cash and cig­a­rettes.

No one was hurt dur­ing any of the rob­beries, ac­cord­ing to state po­lice.

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