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Suspects Charged in Medina Armed Robbery

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Two men are officially charged following an armed robbery Friday in Medina.

40-year-old Rendell Hardy of Florida and 34-year-old Satrone Boyd of Lincoln, North Dakota both face two felony charges after allegedly robbing Northland Financial in Media at gunpoint Friday morning.

The two men wore masks and got away with an undisclosed amount of money after holding up the teller at 10:41am.

Hardy was taken into custody Friday night in Dickinson. Boyd was arrested Saturday morning in Fargo.

Stutsman County Sheriff Chad Kaiser says the two men were living in Dickinson and working in the area.

He says the light colored SUV authorities were searching for was found in Dickinson at the home the two men lived at.

Hardy is charged with robbery and criminal conspiracy--both class 'B' felonies.
Boyd is charged with criminal conspiracy to commit robbery and robbery.
Rendell is being held on $400,000 cash bond and Boyd on $200,000 cash bond.

The BCI, FBI, Jamestown PD, NDHP, Burleigh County SO, Lincoln PD, Dickinson PD, Fargo PD, West Fargo PD, Richland County Sheriff's Department and the NDSLIC all assisted in the investigation.

 

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