Police arrest 2 in Harford bank robberies

May 14, 2006|By GINA DAVIS

Police arrested two men early yesterday in connection with two recent Harford County bank robberies and recovered some of the stolen money, according to the Sheriff's Office and state police.

James T. Dellis, 22, of the first block of Fencerow Court in Perry Hall was charged with two counts of armed robbery. Guiseppi C. Girogilli, 23, of the 3900 block of Hudson St. was charged with two counts of conspiracy to commit armed robbery.

Police said Dellis is accused of robbing the Madison Square Savings Bank in the 2200 block of Belair Road in Fallston on May 5 and the BB&T Bank in 2400 block of Baldwin Mill Road in Jarrettsville on Thursday. Girogilli is accused of driving him from the banks.

About $7,000 was stolen in the two robberies, authorities said. Authorities would not disclose how much of the money was recovered.

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