Fourth arrest made in 2014 Woodbridge bank robbery

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WOODBRIDGE – Police have made a fourth arrest in the robbery of a TD Bank branch last year.

Police said they arrested Mary Brooks, 45 of New Haven, and charged her with conspiracy to commit robbery and conspiracy to commit larceny in connection with the March 9, 2104 robbery of the TD Bank at 128 Amity Road, Woodbridge.

Investigators said they found Jermaine Cowan and Jermaine Brooks, of New Haven, entered the bank on March 9, 2014 and demanded money from a teller while the other suspect kept customers and employees from interceding. Police also said Jermaine Brook’ wife, Zakea, was the driver of the get away vehicle.

Police went to South Carolina and arrested Zakea and Jermaine Brooks in October 2014 into custody on robbery and larceny charges. They took Jermaine Cowan, 35, of  New Haven, into custody in December 2014 on robbery and larceny charges.

Police said Brooks was held on $150,000 bond and will be arraigned in court Tuesday.