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Dearborn — An investigation into two cell phone store robberies led to the arrest and arraignment of four people, police said. 

The Dearborn Police Department said an armed robbery occurred at a T-Mobile store on Wyoming on Aug. 10. Two people, one armed with a handgun, entered the store and stole more than $13,000 worth of iPhones from the store's safe, police said. 

Police said during the investigation, they linked the suspects to a similar robbery at a Detroit T-Mobile store on Aug. 16. 

Aaron Xavier King-Hudson, 29, from Detroit, was charged with 11 felonies including armed robbery, conspiracy to commit armed robbery, assaulting a police officer and felony firearm.

Jacob Feagin, 21, from Ferndale, was charged with 10 felony charges, including armed robbery, conspiracy to commit armed robbery and felony firearm. 

Andashawn Willams, 20, from Detroit, was charged with 10 felony charges including armed robbery, conspiracy to commit armed robbery and felony firearm.  

The three men were arraigned at the 19th District Court and each issued a $500,000 cash bond.

Samreena Syed, 20, from Ferndale, was charged with 10 felony charges including armed robbery, conspiracy to commit armed robbery and felony firearm. She was arraigned in the 19th District Court and issued a $50,000 cash bond.

A preliminary exam has been scheduled for 9 a.m. Friday. 

"Our number one priority is citizen safety," Dearborn Chief of Police Ronald Haddad said. "When that is jeopardized, we will do everything in our power to ensure the perpetrators are brought to justice.”

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