Six Camp Pendleton Marines plead guilty at courts-martial to human trafficking, drug charges, officials say
Six of nearly two dozen Marines detained this summer on human trafficking and drug-related charges have pleaded guilty, the 1st Marine Division said Tuesday.
The machete -wielding robbers who hit local drug stores planned out the attacks and executed their scheme in two days, police said. The men hit Walgreens and CVS, five Smryna-area stores in two days, but detectives revealed the pair didn’t get away with money in all the robberies .
- A man accused of robbing Turkey Hill on Front Street in Sunbury is in custody. Police say Nathan Neidig entered the convenience store on the Fourth of July with a machete . "It's a bad situation. I think they need more things for these kids to do so they aren't robbing stores . It is wrong and I am afraid
The machete-wielding robbersplanned out the attacks and executed their scheme in two days, police said.
A joint investigation between Cobb County police and Smyrna police revealed the suspected robbers are Timothy Soulsby and Vincent McClure.
Surveillance video given to Channel 2’s Chris Jose shows a man in a grey hoodie walk up with a machete and point it at a Walgreens cashier. In fear for her life, the worker cried and opened the register. The robbers walked out with the entire drawer filled with cash.
The men hit Walgreens and CVS, five Smryna-area stores in two days, but detectives revealed the pair didn’t get away with money in all the robberies.
“(The cashier) eventually decided to jump over the counter and tried to run to the back of the store,” said Stephen Sinatra, a Cobb County police detective.
Sinatra testified in a Cobb County courtroom that McClure grabbed the Walgreen’s employee, but he broke free.
Investigators revealed someone in the parking lot got a partial plate number and that helped them find the men with the machete.
No victims were hurt in the robberies.
McClure and Soulsby remain at the Cobb County jail without bond.
Police: Child was inside idling vehicle stolen from Wawa parking lot .
Nasilo Cade of Willingboro and Desirie Zapata of Eastampton accused of taking vehicles left idling outside Wawa stores , including a car with a child inside.The young victim, identified only as a 5-year-old, was recovered unharmed after a stolen vehicle was abandoned on a street near a Wawa, said Burlington Township police.© Courier-Post file photo Wawa has agreed to a $1.4-million settlement of a wage lawsuit brought by current and former assistant general managers.