The pair accused of robbing Boyd's Drug Mart face charges in court

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The man accused of robbing Boyd's Drug Mart on East St. Patrick Street in September is currently in federal custody, not in the Pennington County Jail.
29-year old Nicholas Perry was supposed to be arraigned in Seventh Circuit Court Monday morning, but his arraignment has been continued for 30 days while the state works out the details to get him back to Rapid City.

Perry is being charged with first degree robbery, attempted first degree robbery, alternative counts of second degree kidnapping, aggravated assault and several drug charges.
Prosecutors have earlier stated that Nicholas Perry assaulted a Boyd's employee with a tire iron, leading to extensive blood loss and a gash on the back of his head.
His wife, 27-year old Sara Perry was in custody in court Monday morning, and pleaded not guilty to three alternative counts of accessory to a crime.
She can be convicted of one, but not all three charges.
She also faces several drug charges.
Sara Perry asked for her bond to be reduced, she was currently sitting in jail without bond because of her drug cases, but Judge Jeff Davis reduced her bond to $25,000 at Monday's arraignment.
She's due back in court on November 20th and Nicholas Perry is due back in court on December 11th.