Police arrest second suspect in New Windsor bank robberies

A second suspect was arrested in connection with the robberies of the New Windsor State Bank in New Windsor, according to a Carroll County Sheriff's Office news release.

Deanna Lorraine Dodd, 35, was arrested at a motel in Takoma Park Thursday, according to police.

Dodd was transported back to Carroll County, where she confessed to her involvement in both robberies, police said .

On Sept. 18 and Sept. 24, the New Windsor State Bank on Main Street in New Windsor was robbed when two individuals, once by a man and once by a woman, presented a note to the teller demanding money.

Each time, the robbers left the bank with an undisclosed amount of money.

Dodd, whose last known address is in Baltimore, is charged with two counts of robbery, conspiracy to commit robbery, theft under $1,000 and second-degree assault.

The Sheriff's Office also arrested 54-year-old Jeffrey Barry Thompson, of Union Bridge, Wednesday in connection with the robberies.

Thompson has been charged with conspiracy to commit robbery, conspiracy to commit theft under $1,000, theft under $1,000, second-degree assault, conspiracy to commit armed robbery, robbery, and armed robbery.

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