Authorities say 49-year-old James Brown is being investigated in connection with 2 bank robberiesPolice say they have a bank robbery suspect in custody following a standoff situation in Hanover, York County. Authorities say 49-year-old James Brown was wanted for robbing the Federal Credit Union on 1221 Carlisle Street in Hanover. Police say they tracked him to 415 Pleasant Street around 1:30 p.m. Monday afternoon. That's where they say Brown barricaded himself inside a residence.
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