GLEN BURNIE, Md. (WJZ)—Three teens are charged as adults and a fourth remains at large for a string of armed robberies that happened in Glen Burnie on Tuesday.
The first robbery report came in around 3 p.m. Tuesday. Officers responded to the Glen Burnie District Court building where they spoke with three juvenile victims and one witness, who stated that they were robbed at knifepoint by four male suspects in the area of Kuethe Road and Delaware Avenue.
After the robbery, one of the victims went home and told his brother about the incident. The brother canvassed the area and located the suspects near the Rite Aid across the street from the Glen Burnie District Court building. The suspects fled from the brother and were chased into the courthouse, where court security detained them. The fourth suspect ran past the courthouse and escaped. The victims were brought to the scene and positively identified the suspects who robbed them. Property stolen from the victims was recovered.
At approximately 4:38 p.m., another call was received for a second robbery that occurred earlier. A fourth juvenile male victim said he was also robbed at knifepoint in the area of Kuethe Road and Delaware Avenue by suspects matching the description in the other robbery. The victim was transported to the Glen Burnie District Court building, where he positively identified two of the suspects already in custody. The previous search also revealed property stolen from this victim.
At approximately 5:47 p.m., a fifth juvenile male victim reported a third robbery that occurred earlier. This victim indicated that he was robbed by four male suspects at knifepoint in the area of Baltimore Annapolis Boulevard and Amberly Road. The victim was transported to Northern District, where he was shown photo lineups by detectives and positively identified all three suspects.
The suspects were taken to Eastern District where they were interviewed and processed. The 17-year-old Baltimore City residents–Kentwion Rawlings, Marvin Chapman and Isaiah Newman—are charged as adults with armed robbery and related theft offenses.
The investigation is still ongoing into the identity of the fourth suspect. Anyone with information concerning this case is encouraged to call 410-222-6135.
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