Two men busted for robbery
By Allan Loudell

State troopers announce two additional arrests in the robbery of a woman who was walking to the M & T Bank along Philadelphia Pike in Claymont in mid-August.

The woman was trying to deposit checks and cash proceeds from a local business when police say 35-year-old Terron Williams confronted the victim, locked his hands around her head, and threw her to the ground. Two bystanders at the time collared Williams.

Now, Delaware State Police say they've arrested two other Wilmington men in connection with the August 14th robbery of that 27-year-old woman: 55-year-old Jeffrey Cook, and 42-year-old Sidney Malloy. Both face first-degree robbery and conspiracy charges. But Cook has been released on bond.

Police say Cook and Malloy were waiting in a car while Williams attacked the victim, and sped away when Williams botched the robbery.

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