Police seize 25 pounds of marijuana in armed robbery case - WNEM TV 5

Police seize 25 pounds of marijuana in armed robbery case

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SANILAC COUNTY, MI (WNEM) -

The names of more suspects have been released in connection with an armed robbery in Sanilac County.

The Sanilac County Sheriff's office said the robbery happened at a home on the 8000 block of Maurer Road in Minden Township on Nov. 11.

Four suspect are accused of stealing an undisclosed amount of money and medical marijuana.

A joint investigation between the sheriff's departments in both Sanilac and Huron County into the suspects netted approximately 25 pounds of medical marijuana, a vehicle and other evidence.

Devin Cooper, 19, of Harbor Beach was arrested and arraigned on multiple counts including armed robbery.

Terrance Dubs, 19, of Owendale was arraigned in Sanilac County on two counts of Armed Robbery, Conspiracy to Commit Armed Robbery, Home Invasion, and Felony Firearms.

Lucas Flygare, 26, was also arrested and arraigned on multiple charges.

Devin Hacker, 20, of Bad Axe was arraigned in Sanilac County on two counts of Armed Robbery, Conspiracy to Commit Armed Robbery, Home Invasion, and Felony Firearms.

Initially it was believed that three victims were held at gunpoint by three armed robbers.

Further investigation leads officials to believe that one of the “victims” was in fact a suspect.

That suspect went into the home posting as a friend and then used his access to coordinate the robbery with the three suspects outside.

Investigators report they are still looking into several individuals who either aided the suspects in trying to cover up the crime through various methods or have evidence and/or are attempting to profit from the armed robbery.

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