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Hagerstown woman arrested in connection to Fulton, Franklin bank robberies

by Geoff Fox
A Hagerstown woman was arrested on Thursday, February 2, after arrest and search warrants were taken out against her.

According to Pennsylvania State Police in Chambersburg, Tiffany L. Martin, 47, of Hagerstown was taken into custody by Washington County Sheriff’s Office on an arrest warrant.

Police said a search warrant was executed at Martin’s residence where multiple items of evidentiary value were located.

Among the items found and seized by police were approximately $15,000 cash found inside a bag that was used during the commission of one of the robberies Martin allegedly committed in Franklin and Fulton Counties.

Multiple members of the Washington County Sheriff’s Office assisted with the search warrant, Pennsylvania State Police said in a release.

Martin is currently being held in the Washington County Detention Center in Hagerstown, without bond, and is waiting to be extradited to Pennsylvania for further prosecution.

Martin is accused of two robberies of Community State Banks in Franklin County in September and November 2022 and an F&M Trust Bank in Fulton County last month.

Through the course of extensive investigation, state police in Chambersburg and McConnellsburg were able to link Martin to two separate vehicles utilized during the commission of the three robberies.