Police: Teens arrested in Glen Burnie armed robberies
5:33 PM, Feb 5, 2014
5:33 PM, Feb 5, 2014
GLEN BURNIE, Md. - Three teenagers were arrested after running into a Glen Burnie court house in an attempt to escape the brother of a boy they allegedly robbed earlier in the day, according to Anne Arundel County Police.
Another suspect who police said participated in the robberies escaped arrest by running past the court house, police said.
The suspects Kentwion Rawlings, Marvin Chapman and Isaiah Newman – all 17 years old from Baltimore – were identified by victims of at least three robberies in the Glen Burnie area. They were charged as adults with armed robbery, concealing a dangerous weapon, theft and related offenses, online court records show.
The four suspects described by victims used a knife to rob five juveniles on Tuesday, Feb. 4, police said.
Police responded to the Glen Burnie District Court building in the 7500 block of Ritchie Highway for a report of a robbery at around 3 p.m.
Three young people told police that they were robbed in the area of Kuethe Road and Delaware Avenue. One of the boys told his brother that he had been robbed.
The brother went looking for the suspects and eventually found them near the Rite Aid across the street from the court house. The brother chased the suspects, who fled into the court house and were detained by security.
Another victim called police at around 4:38 p.m. with a similar story. He said four young people matching the suspect's description robbed him with a knife in the area of Kuethe Road and Delaware Avenue.
The victim identified two of the suspects that were in police custody.
Another victim came forward at 5:47 p.m. The victim told police he was robbed in the area of Baltimore Annapolis Boulevard and Amberly Road by four teenagers with a knife.
The victim was taken to the Northern District precinct and positively identified all three suspects in custody.
Police said they are still looking for a fourth suspect. Anyone with information concerning this case is encouraged to call police at 410-222-6135.