By Eugenia Moskowitz
After a month long investigation into the March 2 armed robbery at a Dunkin Donuts in the center of Washingtonville, the final two suspects were arraigned in Washingtonville Court on April 13.
William Foley, 22, of Deer Run Road in Campbell Hall was the actual gunman who wore the Iron Man mask. He was charged with robbery, conspiracy, menacing, grand larceny and criminal use of a firearm. “He had been arrested by the state police with 20 pounds of marijuana in his house when we identified him,” Washingtonville Police Department Chief Stephen Bogert said.
Raquel Velazquez, 30, of Highland View Place in Middletown, was also in the getaway car when it sped away with $1,200 of stolen money. She was charged with robbery and conspiracy. She had been incarcerated at the Orange County Jail for the last month on unrelated charges, according to a statement from Bogert.
Both Foley and Velazquez were sent to Orange County Jail on $30,000 bail, or $90,000 bond, and will appear again in Washingtonville Court on May 11 at 5 p.m.
On April 7 Christopher Tucker, 29, of Tusten Avenue in Goshen was arraigned at Washingtonville Court for robbery and conspiracy, both felonies. He had been arrested for a robbery of the Walmart in Wallkill and was in Orange County Jail when the Washingtonville Police Department identified him, according to a police statement.
“All of the suspects in this case are in custody,” Bogert said.
A suspect wearing an Iron Man mask robbed a coffee and doughnut shop in Washingtonville called Dunkin Donuts, not a bank, as stated in last week’s paper.
The suspect who wore the Iron Man mask in the armed robbery of a Washingtonville Dunkin Donuts has been identified as William Foley. An article in last week’s paper stated otherwise.
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