Two men were arrested Sunday for their roles in a home invasion and armed robbery in Glen Burnie Saturday night, Anne Arundel County police said
Two males were jailed Sunday for their duties in a residence intrusion and armed robbery in Glen Burnie Saturday night, Anne Arundel County, according to capital gazette.
Police stated. Cops stated the men compelled their method into a female’s house in the 7800 block of Bruton Drive, sported a handgun, and required cash.
The woman called 911 Sunday to tell Glen Burnie authorities that she saw her opponents walking around her community, motivating police officers to rush to the area as well as apprehend the men, cops said.
According to online court records, Bryan Lee Brooks, 31, and Darryl Damon Parker, 32, deal with a variety of charges consisting of residence invasion, theft, theft, attack, stealing, and false imprisonment.
The documents reveal Brooks, of Severna Park, was additionally charged with drug property and a packed pistol on him.
A court commissioner ordered Brooks and Parker of Annapolis held without bond pending a bond review hearing Monday early.
Both men are being stood for by the Office of the general public Defender. A lawyer with the Glen Burnie Area Court department might not be reached for remark Monday morning.
Police officers reacted around 10:15 p.m. Saturday to Bruton Drive after a female called 911 to report someone had invaded her residence, authorities claimed.
She told police officers she listened to a noise at the door and opened it. After that, cops claimed two men compelled their means into her apartment or condo.
After displaying a handgun and demanding she turn over a few of her items, authorities claimed the assailants ran away with her cash and building.
Despite the arrests, Glen Burnie police division prompts any individual with details to call investigators with the department’s Northern Area Station in Brooklyn Park at 410-222-6135.