Philly Man Wanted in Hatfield Robbery, Tasing and Auto Theft Incident
Robert Lee Stroud, 20, of North 43rd Street, is wanted by Hatfield Township Police for his alleged involvement in the tasing and robbery of a man and subsequent theft of his vehicle on Sunday
A Philadelphia man convicted of burglary in 2011 is wanted by Hatfield Township Police for his alleged involvement in the tasing, robbery and auto theft of a man on Sunday near Bethlehem Pike and Trewigtown Road.
Richard Lee Stroud, 20, of the last known address of 611 North 43rd Street, Third Floor, now has an active arrest warrant, charging him with felony robbery with immediate serious bodily injury, felony robbery with taking property by force, simple assault, reckless endangerment, harassment, felony theft, felony receiving stolen property, felony criminal use of a cell phone, possessing an instrument of crime, and felony use or possession of an electric or electronic incapacitation device, police said. Stroud also faces felony criminal conspiracy charges on all those offenses, police said.
Hatfield Township Police have already arrested and charged two individuals for their alleged involvement in the crime: Jeremiah White, 19, of Pottstown and Sarah Nodecker, 19, of Montgomery Township.
Stroud is 5 feet 11 inches tall, 175 pounds, with black hair and brown eyes, police said. He has multiple tattoos on his neck and arms, police said.
Call Hatfield Township Police Detective Division at 215-855-0903 with any information on Stroud’s whereabouts.
Stroud was sentenced to a maximum of 23 months in prison after pleading guilty in May 2011 to a felony burglary charge and sentenced to a maximum of 13 months for pleading guilty to a felony criminal conspiracy to commit burglary charge in Hatfield Township from December 2010, according to court records. He was also given four years' probation. Stroud was given 159 days for time served.
Charges of felony criminal trespassing, misdemeanor theft, misdemeanor loitering and prowling offenses and criminal conspiracy charges on all those offenses were not sought by prosecutors.