Suspects Charged in Macomb County ATM Armed Robbery

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HARRISON TOWNSHIP, MI – On Monday January 7th, 2019, three persons were charged and arraigned in regards to the Armed Robbery that occurred on January 2nd, 2019.

Davon Perry, 22-years-old, of Harrison Township, is charged by the Macomb County Prosecutor’s Office with five counts:

  1. Robbery – Armed (life felony)
  2. Bank Robbery (life felony)
  3. Weapons – Felony Firearm (2 year felony)
  4. Conspiracy To Commit Robbery – Armed (life felony)
  5. Conspiracy To Commit Bank Robbery (life felony)

Lorenzo Burks, 22-years-old, of Clinton Township, is charged by the Macomb County Prosecutor’s Office with two counts:

  1. Conspiracy To Commit Robbery – Armed (life felony)
  2. Conspiracy To Commit Bank Robbery (life felony)

Gisselle Delacruz, 21-years-old, of Warren is charged by the Macomb County Prosecutor’s Office with two counts:

  1. Accessory After the Fact to a Felony (5 year felony)
  2. Accessory After the Fact to a Felony (5 year felony)

Macomb County Sheriff’s detectives placed Perry under arrest at his home on 1/4/19 in Harrison Township. A search warrant was conducted on Perry’s residence and a large amount of cash and a black “airsoft” hand gun were located inside his home. A “ski” mask and a license plate believed to have been used in the robbery were also located. Additionally, a large amount of cash was located in the vehicle Perry had been driving.

Burks and Delacruz were also arrested on 1/4/19 in Eastpointe. Delacruz, who has a child in common with Perry, had rented the vehicle used in the robbery and accepted cash and other gifts gained from the robbery. Burks, a friend of Perry’s, had helped plan the robbery.

An approximate total of $99,000.00 was stolen from the ATM on 1/2/19.

All three persons were arraigned in the 41-B District Court of Clinton Township on 1/7/19 for the listed charges. Perry and Burks were given a $250,000 bond (10%) and Delacruz was given a $25,000 (10%) bond. All three are due back in the 41-B Clinton Township District Court on 01/16/19 at 1:30 for probable cause conferences.