Second Suspect Arrested in A&M Armed Robbery

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The final suspect in an armed robbery at Texas A&M University was arrested Friday in Houston.

Earl Markeith Henderson was arrested by the U. S. Marshals Gulf Coast Violent Offenders and Fugitive Task Force following a Crime Stoppers tip. He is in the Harris County Jail awaiting transfer to Brazos County.

Henderson is the alleged accomplice of 19-year-old Isiah Holden of Houston, who was arrested late Saturday and charged with aggravated robbery and evading arrest. The two men are accused of robbing an A&M student at gunpoint, trying to run over a University Police officer and leading authorities on a high speed chase.

The chase ended in Navasota, where both men fled on foot. Holden was arrested, but Henderson got away.