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Worcester Police Arrest Man That Robbed Honey Farms With Syringe

Thursday, July 13, 2017

 

The man who robbed the Honey Farms Market on Belmont Street in Worcester has been arrested.

David Cardwell, 39, of Worcester was arrested on Saturday, July 8 after Worcester police received a tip that he was panhandling on the I-290 near Vernon Street. He was charged with Assault with a Dangerous Weapon (syringe) and Armed Robbery.

According to police, Cardwell is homeless.

Original Incident

On Thursday, July 6, at approximately 4:09 a.m., Worcester Police responded to the Honey Farms Market located at 304 Belmont Street for a reported armed robbery. Responding police were told by dispatchers that Cardwell had armed himself with a syringe.

Upon the officer's arrival, they met with the 26-year-old male victim/clerk. The clerk told the officers that Cardwell entered holding a syringe and demanded a pack of cigarettes and money from the cash drawer.

He took an undisclosed amount of money and fled the area on foot.

There were no injuries reported.

 

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