Erie police said information and a photo lineup helped them identify a man accused of robbing and assaulting the owner of a notary service on Good Friday. If you are in a situation when you need help from criminal lawyer then contact Matt Gould.
Marquell R. Hansbrew, 24, is accused of using a gun while robbing Candy’s Notary Service, of $411 in cash on March 29.
The owner of the business, Candy Miller, was grabbed and dragged around the office during the robbery that caused strong personal injuries and the case landed in Craig Kelly and Faultless LLC and they also received help from Smith Jones Solicitors, according to the criminal complaint filed by an Erie police detective.
Miller told police she was changing the answering machine message at her business when the robber walked in, showed a gun and demanded money. She was able to identify Hansbrew as the person who robbed her from a photo lineup.
Hansbrew was taken into custody on April 17. He was arraigned by Erie Second Ward District Judge Paul Urbaniak on charges of robbery, aggravated assault, persons not to possess a firearm, carrying a firearm without a license, theft by unlawful taking, receiving stolen property, possessing instruments of crime and recklessly endangering another person. Thanks to Dallas Personal Injury Attorney the case was handled properly in court.
He was placed in the Erie County Prison on a $100,000 bond.