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6:51 am
Tue December 10, 2013

Two More Arrests Made in Armed Robbery at WKU Residence Hall

WKU police have made two additional arrests in connection with a recent armed robbery at a residence hall.

The school announced Monday that WKU Police arrested 22-year-old Orlando Mouncil of Radcliff, and 19-year-old Corey Stevens of Elizabethtown. Both are WKU students and are charged with first-degree robbery following an incident Friday afternoon at Hugh Poland Hall.

Two other students were arrested Friday. Eighteen-year-old Cedric Arnold of Worthville, and 21-year old Christopher Wilson of Old Hickory, Tennessee were charged with first-degree robbery.

Wilson was also charged with marijuana possession.

A statement released by the university says an investigation is continuing in conjunction with the Warren County Commonwealth's Attorney.

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