Haverhill Bank Robbery Suspect Pleads Not Guilty at Arraignment

Haverhill District Court

A woman from Maine charged in connection with a November, 2013 robbery at an Align Credit Union branch in Haverhill is being held on $100,000 cash bail after her arraignment in Haverhill District Court.

Mariah B. Singleterry, 34, of Lyman, Maine, pled not guilty at her arraignment before Haverhill District Court Judge Patricia Dowling, according to Steve O’Connell, spokesperson for Essex District Attorney Jonathan Blodgett’s office. As reported by WHAV yesterday, she was taken into custody Wednesday at Haverhill Police headquarters on a warrant charging her with unarmed robbery and with being a fugitive from justice. Singleterry is due back in court for a probable cause hearing on May 15.

Singleterry was on probation after serving a sentence at Cumberland County jail in Portland, Maine, at the time of the robbery at Align Credit Union, Cushing Avenue, Haverhill, O’Connell told WHAV. The case is being prosecuted by Essex Assistant District Attorney John DePaulo.