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Men believed to be responsible for at least 76 robberies in the area arrested

Posted at 12:14 PM, Mar 05, 2019
and last updated 2019-03-05 20:24:09-05

Three men have been arrested after police say they are responsible for at least 76 robberies across Baltimore County, Anne Arundel County, and Baltimore City.

Baltimore County Police say Dontrell Eric Glover, Milek Anton Rankin, and Marquis Davon Moore are believed to be linked to at least 18 armed robberies in Baltimore County, at least four in Anne Arundel County, and at least 54 in Baltimore City, with additional robberies still under investigation.

The narrative is consistent across a majority of the robberies, according to police. They say in each robbery masked suspects entered a business during the early evening hours wearing unique clothes. They would then take out their handguns and steal cash from the register along with other merchandise.

The string of robberies allegedly began with a GameStop robbery in the 6300 block of York Road on November 28, and ended on March 1 after an armed robbery at a McDonald's in the 6000 block of Liberty Road. Detectives say they saw the suspects at a gas station in Baltimore City after the McDonald's robbery.

When officers approached the car, Glover and Rankin ran away and Moore got into the drivers seat and led police on a chase. They lost sight of the car in Howard County, but eventually found it parked in the 1000 block of Daystar Court with the help of the Howard County Police Department.

All three were eventually arrested and each were charged with two counts of armed robbery, robbery, and first degree assault, with additional charges pending additional investigation. They all remain on a no bail status after their bail review hearings on Monday.

"When there are crimes committed across jurisdictions it takes serious commitment and cooperation from agencies to bring a successful conclusion to those investigations. That is exactly what we had in this case, which has brought an end to this crime spree and a sense of security back to our communities,” said Chief Sheridan.