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Pascagoula robbery suspects under arrest

Alrico Donshea Ford Alrico Donshea Ford
Brian Keith Urby (Photo source: Pascagoula Police Dept.) Brian Keith Urby (Photo source: Pascagoula Police Dept.)

By WLOX Staff

PASCAGOULA, MS (WLOX) - Pascagoula Police have arrested two men they believe robbed an elderly woman in a grocery store parking lot Monday morning.

Alrico Donshea Ford, 20, of Moss Point, was arrested late Monday evening. Brian Keith Urby, 28, of Pascagoula was arrested Tuesday afternoon. Both men are charged with robbery, and are being held at the Pascagoula city jail. 

Two other people, who police say tried to cash one of the stolen checks, were also arrested Monday night. Tyrone Terrell Feazell, 29, and Terry Moneek Miller, 32, are charged with uttering forgery charges. Feazell, Miller and Urby all live at the same residence on Eden Street in Pascagoula.

Pascagoula Police said the 77-year-old woman was approached by two men in the parking lot of Jerry Lee's Grocery store. She held on to her purse, and the robbers actually dragged her a short distance before she gave it up.  

Police said most of the stolen items taken from the victim have been or will be recovered and returned. The case is still under investigation.

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