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Published: Friday, September 8, 2006

Man arraigned in Wonder Bakery robbery



YOUNGSTOWN — The man suspected of wearing a woman's wig, lipstick and eye shadow while using a gun to rob a clerk at Wonder Bakery was arraigned Thursday in municipal court.

Bond was set at $500,000 for Terry Hopkins, 43, of West Delason Avenue. He will be back in court Wednesday for a preliminary hearing.

Police said Hopkins ran out of the Mahoning Avenue store to a dark-green Buick with cakes and cash around 6 p.m. Wednesday. Police spotted the car on Hillman Street and followed it to a driveway on West Delason, where it crashed into a wooded area behind the house. Hopkins jumped from the car and over a fence, landing in a vacant field, reports show.

He ran through backyards on Willis Avenue and was caught on West Chalmers Avenue. Witnesses identified him as the robber, police said.

Friday, September 8, 2006

YOUNGSTOWN — The man suspected of wearing a woman's wig, lipstick and eye shadow while using a gun to rob a clerk at Wonder Bakery was arraigned Thursday in municipal court.

Bond was set at $500,000 for Terry Hopkins, 43, of West Delason Avenue. He will be back in court Wednesday for a preliminary hearing.

Police said Hopkins ran out of the Mahoning Avenue store to a dark-green Buick with cakes and cash around 6 p.m. Wednesday. Police spotted the car on Hillman Street and followed it to a driveway on West Delason, where it crashed into a wooded area behind the house. Hopkins jumped from the car and over a fence, landing in a vacant field, reports show.

He ran through backyards on Willis Avenue and was caught on West Chalmers Avenue. Witnesses identified him as the robber, police said.

Friday, September 8, 2006
The man suspected of wearing a woman's wig, lipstick and eye shadow while using a gun to rob a clerk at Wonder Bakery...






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