Christopher George Frisby, 32, whose last known address is in Woodbury, was charged with: first-degree armed robbery, third-degree theft of movable property, third-degree unlawful possession of a weapon, second-degree possession of a weapon for an unlawful purpose, and making terroristic threats.
Frisby was arrested in Brooklawn at 8 p.m. Tuesday. Gloucester County Superior Court Judge Mary K. White issued a $250,000, full-cash blanket bail for the charges, which he was unable to post.
Frisby is currently lodged in the Salem County Correctional Facility.
Surveillance footage from the scene of the alleged robbery showed Frisby exiting the passenger side of a black, 1994 Nissan Pathfinder, which indicated that he did not drive the vehicle himself.
West Deptford Det. Sgt. Michael Cramer said that police have spoken with a driver of the SUV, but that they have not yet been able to determine whether the man was knowingly involved in the incident.
Cramer and West Deptford Acting Police Chief Samuel DiSimone complimented the work of the township detectives in locating Frisby and working to gather enough information to charge him in such short order.
"Investigator [Jason] Sherman and the other members of the detective bureau did a phenomenal job on this," Cramer said.
"These guys spent countless hours over the weekend, Monday, and Tuesday night away from their families until 11:00, 12:00 every night to do what’s best for the residents of West Deptford," he said.
"These guys go above and beyond what’s expected of them," DiSimone added. "I hope the residents realize the job that these guys do for them."