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Glen Burnie Teens Arrested After Reported Robbery

Four teens allegedly robbed a victim in Glen Burnie on Friday, according to Anne Arundel County police.

Anne Arundel County police arrested four teenage boys after a reported strong armed robbery in Glen Burnie on Friday.

According to police, shortly after 2 p.m., four male suspects approached a juvenile male victim near Warwickshire Lane and assaulted him, knocking him to the ground, stealing his cell phone and money. The suspects fled on feet toward Ritchie Highway.

Later in the day, officers reported to a home on Brooks Terrace Road where a group of suspicious people were reported running into the residence. Arriving officers determined they were hiding in the home.

The same suspects were positively identified as those involved in the robbery on Warwickshire Lane.

Police charged four juvenile males–one 14 years old, one 15 years old and two 16 years old–and charged them with robbery, second-degree assault and theft.

Police did not release the names of the juveniles.

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Joe December 10, 2012 at 08:48 PM
Raised up right by the woman who birthed them. Where are the fathers?
patricia December 11, 2012 at 01:02 PM
Just like the federal government, this is what happens when you leave the teenagers in charge of the house. No supervision, no guidance, no discipline, and no one to just say NO! They have a tendency to do whatever they like, and it's normally, up to no good.

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