2 suspects in court face 20 years behind bars for Friday morning's carjacking

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ANCHORAGE (KTUU) - Two suspects appeared in court Saturday to face charges for Friday morning's carjacking outside the Alaska Native Medical Center.

25-year-old Cordy Martin faces six charges including first-degree robbery, vehicle theft and assault. For the robbery charge, Martin could face a maximum sentence of 20-years behind bars and a $200,000 fine.

18-year-old Keleea Fox faced two charges including first-degree robbery and vehicle theft. The judge noted Fox had a long list of juvenile convictions.

Martin will be held in lieu of a $10,000 cash corporate appearance a $10,000 cash only performance bond. Fox is being held in lieu of a $5,000 cash corporate appearance a $5,000 cash only performance bond.

Both suspects are being held in house arrest under pretrial enforcement division supervision. Neither are allowed to contact each other.

Nichole Stachelrodt was called by the court along with the man said to be driving the car struck by Martin. Both agreed with the bail conditions set down by the judge.



 
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