CORRIGAN, TX (KTRE) - US marshals have arrested the second suspect in an armed robbery that occurred at the Corrigan Family Dollar Store on April 27, according to Corrigan Police Chief Darrell Gibson.
No information was available on when or where Moses McCleland, 23, of California, was arrested.
Det. Harold Rapsilver with the Corrigan Police Department said in a previous interview that US marshals arrested Tamisha Wolfe, 22, in Houston back in early May. The Corrigan Police Department issued an arrest warrant for McCleland at the same time a warrant was issued for Wolfe.
Both Wolfe and McCleland have ties to Lufkin, Rapsilver said.
According to the report, police received a call around 8:30 p.m. on April 27 that an armed robbery had taken place at the store, located at 303 South Home Street.
The report said the man and woman walked in the store and showed a black pistol and demanded the store money, before walking out.
The man was wearing a red flat-brimmed hat, a Dallas Cowboys hoodie and black pants. The woman is described as short and wearing a red and blue striped jacket with a Chicago Bulls cap.
No customers were in the store.
They left after taking the cash and several cartons of cigarettes.