GAINESVILLE, Va. (WUSA) -- Police say they have identified a suspect in the August 1 robbery of the CVS in Gainesville as a 22-year-old man from Culpeper County. According to police, the man also had a 17-year-old drive the getaway car.
David Winfield Eisenmann is now charged with armed robbery and being held without bond for the robbery on McGraws Corner Drive. Eisenmann is accused of walking into the store to the pharmacy counter, then implying he had a weapon before demanding several medications. Eisenmann allegedly got away with the medications.
Prince William County Police say that an arrest warrant and a search warrant for a family member's home in Rappahanock County were obtained on August 4. The following day, Rappahannock County Sheriff's Office, Culpeper Police Department, Culpeper County Sheriff's Office and Virginia State Police helped locate Eisenmann and arrest him at the home. Police say the search warrant was executed without incident.
The 17-year-old boy accused of being the driver at the robbery was found at the same home. Police say "investigation continues into charges against the juvenile."
Eisenman is being held at the Rappahannock County Jail awaiting transport back to Prince William County.