AUGUSTA, W.Va. — A
Frostburg man who turned
himself into Maryland
authorities for the robbery
of the First Peoples Community
Union in Short Gap is now
in a West Virginia jail.
Jeremiah Lincoln Seib,
34, is charged with armed
robbery and is housed in
the Potomac Highlands
Regional Jail in Augusta
on a bond of $25,000.
Authorities allege that
on Sept. 13, Seib, wielding
a knife, robbed the financial
institution on state
Route 28. A few days later,
Seib walked into the Frostburg
claiming he was the perpetrator.
During transport to the
Allegany County District
Court commissioner, however,
Seib attempted to
escape and was recaptured
by Frostburg officers.
Until recently, Seib was
incarcerated at the Allegany
Center awaiting extradition
to West Virginia.
A preliminary hearing
for Seib took place in Mineral
County Circuit Court
AUGUSTA, W.Va. — A
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