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CHAMBERSBURG (AUG. 19, 2019) — A Waynesboro man wanted on a felony warrant in connection with an early morning strong-arm robbery last week turned himself into police Sunday.

Chambersburg police arrested Cody Tyler Diehl, 22, of Waynesboro after he walked into the CPD station and turned himself in.

He was wanted on an active felony warrant issued August 17 in connection with an early-morning robbery on Loudon Street that day.

Diehl was arraigned this morning before Magisterial District Judge T.R. Williams, who set his bail at $75,000. As of Monday afternoon, online court records show him in Franklin County ail, unable to post bail. 

Preliminary hearings for Diehl and co-defendant Sabastian Dale Reed, 18, also of Waynesboro, are set for Aug. 27 in Franklin County’s Magisterial District Central Court.

Sabastian Reed is arrested in early morning robbery.
Sabastian Reed is arrested in early morning robbery.

Both are accused of tackling a man walking in the 300 block of West Loudon Street just before 3 a.m. Friday, holding him down and forcibly taking his wallet, cell phone and other items from him.

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Following the robbery, the assailants fled on foot. Reed was captured by police a short time later, but Diehl escaped and was at large until he turned himself in Sunday.

According to online court records, Diehl is charged with: 

  • F1 Robbery-Threat Immed Ser Injury
  • F3 Criminal Conspiracy Engaging – Robbery-Take Property Fr Other/Force
  • M1 Terroristic Threats W/ Int To Terrorize Another

Reed is charged with:

  • F3 Robbery-Take Property Fr Other/Force
  • F3 Criminal Conspiracy Engaging – Robbery-Take Property From Another

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