U.S. Marshals Thursday arrested a North Codorus Township man in connection with a January robbery near Hanover that left one victim with severe cuts.

Cory Andrew Clark, 26, with an address in the 1400 block of Fire Hall Road, was arrested without incident in the 100 block of Chesapeake Estates in Thomasville. He is charged with two counts each of robbery and conspiracy to commit robbery and one count each of aggravated assault, simple assault, terroristic threats, theft and receiving stolen property, according to the marshals service.

Clark and two other people — Amanda Michele Pattison, 20, of Penn Township and Casey Bryant Malinowski, 23, of Hanover — are accused of robbing a couple to whom they were giving a ride on Jan. 23, West Manheim Township Police have said.

As the trio were driving the Taneytown couple home from a Hanover-area shopping center, Clark allegedly punched the man in the head, pulled out a knife and demanded money, police said.

The couple was able to get out the car, but Clark followed them and, with the knife still in hand, demanded money again, police said.

The man, who suffered severe cuts on his hand, handed over $100, police said.

Pattison and Malinowski, who were arrested earlier this week, face the same charges laid against Clark, police said.

— Reach Greg Gross at ggross@yorkdispatch.com.