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Keyword: armed robbery

Baltimore County Police have charged two Essex men in connection with three robberies and a burglary in the Essex area.

  • Kion Deshawn Bostick (23) of the Unit block of Valley Arbor Court 21221.
  • Shane Reed Woodall (22) of the Unit block of Valley Arbor Court 21221.

April 24: First Degree Burglary, Unit block of Valley Arbor Court 21221
Sometime between 5:30 a.m. and 2:00 p.m., the suspects entered an apartment through the front door. Taken from the location was an LG television, an X-Box game system, a Dell computer, a calculator, a key, coins, and two BB guns.

April 28: Armed Robbery, Williams Avenue and Southeastern Terrace 21221
At 9:05 p.m., the victim was walking at the location when she was approached by two suspects. She felt uneasy and tried to call someone on her phone. Before she could contact someone, the suspects, who were wearing bandanas on their faces, stopped her. One of the suspects pointed a handgun at her and demanded her money. The victim handed the suspect with the gun $2 and the suspects walked away.

April 28: Armed Robbery, Unit block of Valley Arbor Court 21221
At 9:50 p.m., the victim was making a pizza delivery for a local Dominos Pizza business. As he walked to the location where he was supposed to make the delivery, the suspect approached him from behind. One of the suspects stated that the delivery was for them. Both of the suspects then produced handguns and pointed then at the victim. The suspects took the pizzas and $21 from the victim and told him to walk away.

April 28: Armed Robbery, Unit block of Valley Arbor Court 21221
At 10:03 p.m., the victim was making a pizza delivery for Five Star Pizza. As he was at the door to an apartment building, he was approached by two suspects. Both suspects pointed handguns at him. One of the suspects demanded money. The suspects took $80 from the victim and told him to walk away.

Investigation
Essex Precinct detectives determined that Kion Deshawn Bostick and Shane Reed Woodall first robbed the female at Williams Avenue and Southeastern Terrace. One of the suspects then placed a call to Five Star Pizza to order food. When the suspects saw a delivery driver arrive in the area, they robbed him (robbery of Dominoes Pizza delivery person). They later realized that they robbed the wrong person and when they saw the Five Star Pizza delivery person arrive in the area, they robbed him.

During their investigation, detectives also identified Kion Deshawn Bostick and Shane Reed Woodall as the suspects in the April 24 burglary on Valley Arbor Court.

Both Kion Deshawn Bostick and Shane Reed Woodall are being held without bail at the Baltimore County Detention Center.

Booking photo of Shane Reed Woodall


Booking photo of Kion Deshawn Bostick


Baltimore County Police have arrested and charged two men for the roles in the December 14 armed robbery of a Towson University student. At 5:50 p.m., the victim was sitting in her car when a suspect approached and pointed a gun at her. The suspect fled after taking phones and purses from the victim. 

Kheddiar Purvey, 22, of the 800 block of Bradhurst Road, 21212, and Darien Moss, 21, of the 800 block of Benninghaus Road, 21212, have been charged with armed robbery, first degree assault, and related charges. Detectives linked the suspects to the crime after learning that they sold the phones at the Eco ATM inside Towson Town Center after the robbery.

Kheddiar Purvey was arrested on December 19 and is being held at the Baltimore County Detention Center on $35,000 bail. Darien Moss was arrested on December 17, and was released after posting $75,000 bail.

UPDATED INFORMATION:

Baltimore County Police have charged Damon King, 20, of the 1700 block of North Fulton Avenue, 21217, and Malik Smith, 17, of the 300 block of North Gay Street, 21202, with an armed robbery that occurred at Towson Town Center on November 22. 

During the robbery, one of the suspects dropped a cell phone. When police recovered and analyzed the phone, they were able to identify Malik Smith as the owner of the phone. Detectives were then able to identify the second suspect as Damon King. The gun used in the incident was found to be a BB gun.

Both suspects were indicted on December 16 and are currently being held without bail at the Baltimore County Detention Center. The photo on the top is Malik Smith and the photo on the bottom is Damon King. 

Previously released:

Baltimore County Police are investigating an armed robbery that occurred on November 22 at 4:04 p.m. at Towson Town Center.

Preliminary investigation shows that the victim was in the men's bathroom, near the food court, when two male suspects displayed a knife and demanded his money and cell phone. The victim complied, and then chased the suspects through the food court and into the third floor of the mall.

The victim caught up with one of the suspects and pinned him against the wall outside the Call It Spring store. A plainclothes security guard responded to assist the victim, and the second suspect returned to assist the first suspect. A physical struggle followed, and one of the suspects displayed a handgun. Both suspects fled, using an exit near the Littman jewelry store.

The victim was not injured.

The suspects are black males, 18 to 20 years old, with medium builds. One was wearing a black baseball cap, backwards; and a black Polo jacket with Polo horse insignia. The other was wearing a black leather jacket, dark jeans and dark hoodie.

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