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One of the men accused of robbing the Maynard Savings Bank then getting in a shootout with police is scheduled to be in court Monday.

Nineteen-year-old William Clayton is expected to be arraigned on six counts of aiding and abetting and five counts of terrorism.

During the chase last month, police say Clayton and Jeremiah Mumford robbed the bank and then got in a standoff with police.  They fired at officers, hitting a state trooper and a Sumner police officer, who both survived.

Police arrested Mumford and Clayton near Frederika several hours later.

Mumford was also scheduled for arraignment Monday, but entered a written plea of not guilty earlier this month. He is facing six counts of attempted murder and five counts of terrorism.