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Posted: Thursday, October 11, 2012 4:43 pm

CAMBRIDGE -- Four northern Dorchester resident have been arrested in connection with an assault and robbery alleged to have occurred Aug. 1, according to information from Dorchester Sheriff James Phillips.

The arrests are the result of charges filed through a complaint from Sarah Grice, according to charging documents. In her complaint, Grice alleges that she was sitting in the roadway of Petersburg Road Aug. 1 around 12:30 a.m., as David Pressley of Hurlock rode away on his bike, when a car drove up beside her, driven by Christopher Eric Glanden, 21, of 5560 Mt. Holly Road, East New Market, with passengers Aubrey Oliva Speake, 19, also of 5560 Mt. Holly Road, and Samantha Michelle Peters, 19, and Mike Napolitano, 18, both of 5914 Jeans Drive, Hurlock.

After the car stopped beside Grice, she alleges that Speake got out of the car and approached her, asking if she was OK, then allegedly striking Grice in the face and taking her purse, according to charging documents.

Also in her complaint, Grice alleges that Peters got out of the car and grabbed her left arm, then Peters and Speake allegedly tried to push Grice into the car, according to charging documents. Grice alleges that after yelling for Pressley to help her, she looked down the road to see Glanden holding Pressley down on the ground.

Grice writes that she was able to get away from Speake and Peters, who then got back in the car with Glanden and Napolitano. After they drove away, Grice writes that she learned that Pressley had been hit by Glanden with a baseball bat.

In her complaint, Grice writes that her Coach purse that was taken had a value of $500, with contents including a "Channel" wallet valued at $100, a pink and white camera valued at $300, an iPod valued at $150, medications and a makeup bag with makeup valued at $100.

Glanden, Peters and Napolitano were arrested Sept. 26 by Dorchester Sheriff's deputies, Phillips said.

Glanden was charged with conspiracy to commit robbery, conspiracy to commit theft over $1,000 but under $10,000 and being an accessory after the statute. He was released later that day on $7,500 bond, with a preliminary hearing set Oct. 24 in Dorchester County District Court.

Peters is facing charges including second-degree assault, theft over $500, conspiracy to commit robbery, robbery, accessory after the fact and attempted false imprisonment. She was released later that day on $10,000 bond, with a preliminary hearing set Oct. 24.

Napolitano was charged with conspiracy to commit robbery, conspiracy to commit theft over $500 and two counts of being an accessory after the statute. He was released Sept. 27 on $7,500 bond, with an Oct. 24 preliminary hearing scheduled.

Speake was arrested Oct. 3, on charges including second-degree assault, conspiracy to commit robbery, robbery, conspiracy to commit theft over $1,000 but under $10,000 and attempted false imprisonment. She was released later that day on $10,000 bond, with a preliminary hearing set Oct. 31.

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