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Five charged in string of Baltimore County robberies

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TOWSON, MD—A string of armed robberies targeting delivery drivers, commercial enterprises, and more has resulted in the indictment of five people in Baltimore County.

The Maryland Attorney General’s Office has announced the indictment of 19-year-old Corey Sabb Jr., 20-year-old Dewayne Sanders, 18-year-old Allen Hill, a 17-year-old , and another 17-year-old, charged with a total of 155, 245, 76, 251, and 94 counts, respectively.

The Baltimore County Police Department says that the five suspects participated in a string of armed robberies that occurred between November 2023 and January 2024, with at least 22 of the robberies occurring in a single month.

The crimes often targeted delivery drivers, then commercial robberies were carried out, with the robbers often using a stolen Hyundai or Kia vehicle.

“Brazen criminal behavior that threatens the safety and livelihoods of hard-working Marylanders will not be tolerated. Every person must be able to go to work and live their life without fear of violence or intimidation,” said Attorney General Anthony G. Brown. “Our investigators and prosecutors and partner law enforcement agencies have worked together tirelessly to dismantle this criminal organization and protect our communities.”

“Department members work tirelessly to protect Baltimore County communities through investigations and operations intended to disrupt and dismantle criminal enterprises, as the outcome of this case illustrates,” said Baltimore County Police Chief Robert O. McCullough.

Additional details can be found online at the Maryland Attorney General’s Office (PDF).

This article was written with the assistance of AI and reviewed by a human editor.

Photo via FBI Baltimore

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