LOCK HAVEN - Andrew J. Greishaw, 20, of 503 Leavy Ave., Clearfield, and William J. Zimmerman, 23, of 4765 Shiloh Road, Woodland, were arraigned Friday night on more than 100 charges in connection with an alleged armed robbery early Friday morning at a Lock Haven apartment.
They were arraigned by video conference from the Clinton County Correctional Facility before Renovo-area District Judge Frank Mills, who set bail at $250,000 each.
Greishaw and Zimmerman are scheduled for a "first appearance" today in Clinton County Central District Court. That proceeding is used to determine what direction the prosecution and defense are likely to take, pending the waiving of charges into higher court or the scheduling of a preliminary hearing.
The two suspects were taken into custody at gunpoint as they fled a West Main Street apartment house.
Police were alerted to the situation by a 1:12 a.m. telephone call to the Clinton County Department of Emergency Services and responded with officers from Lock Haven University, the city department and state police at Lamar.
The former fraternity house at 220 W. Main St. was taped off to pedestrian traffic, and a pickup truck parked nearby was seized.
Police said two victims were treated for minor injuries at the scene and a firearm, knife and set of brass knuckles were recovered.
Police said the two men, wearing bandannas and hoods, forced their way into the apartment. One of the occupants was able to make a 911 call as the robbery was under way, police said.