A man accused of taking part in a bold ATM theft in D.C. last year has pleaded guilty to federal charges after investigators say DNA evidence helped identify him.
Northbound lanes were closed at the George Washington Parkway before the Memorial Bridge due to police activity Sunday afternoon. Arlington County police said that a car crashed into the water and a suspect connected to a robbery was taken into custody. Roads reopened after almost five hours of investigation.
Montgomery County police said that just before 5 a.m. on March 30, officers responded to an apartment building on Wisconsin Avenue, near Bradley Boulevard, for a report of a home invasion robbery.
D.C. police said that Jamar Christopher Tillman, 36, approached six people on the 1200 block of 20th Street NW and “engaged in sexual contact with five victims.”
What started as a fight over picking up after a dog’s poop ended in the arrest of an Alexandria, Virginia, woman this week.
Baltimore County Police say a person dressed in a unicorn costume and wielding a crowbar tried to rob a convenience store Saturday morning in the Baldwin community.
D.C. police said 18-year-old Rondale Edwards, of Northeast, D.C., was charged with eight counts of robbery, including one in which Edwards and several others assaulted and robbed a victim before fleeing the scene.
Authorities say the man is a suspect in the recent robberies of three gas stations in Richmond, Chesterfield and Henrico. The suspect has worn a mask resembling the villain from the “Scream” slasher movies.
A person walking on the 900 block of Navahoe Drive shortly after 10 p.m. was approached by two men wearing ski masks, who demanded money and personal belongings.
The Newark Police Department said the robbery happened early Jan. 17 at an Exxon station. Police say a man entered the business with a large kitchen knife demanding money. He fled on foot after getting an undisclosed amount of money.
The Chesterfield County Police department said that three men forced their way into an apartment Saturday morning after knocking on the door. They showed a gun and demanded money. One victim was treated on the scene for a minor injury after being struck on the head.
After a string of robberies, D.C. police are encouraging people to use Safe Exchange Zones when conducting in-person transactions from online apps like Craigslist and Offer-Up.
A woman is in the hospital after being shot during a Thursday night robbery at a gas station in Frederick, Maryland. The woman was working at the Exxon Mobil on South Jefferson Street.
A Maryland man was found guilty on multiple charges for three armed robberies that took place in less than an hour around Prince George’s County last year.
D.C. police have seen an increase in robberies involving folks who meet up to complete transactions they started using online platforms such as Offer-Up, Let Go and Craigslist. The targeted individuals may be looking to buy or sell items, but end up in a staged robbery.
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