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Second Suspect Surrenders In November Robberies

Second Suspect Surrenders In November Robberies

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Two out of three suspects have surrendered in connection with robberies last fall. City Police say they’re accused of three separate robberies that happened November 16th in the University area. The latest suspect to be captured is 24-year-old Dimeair Johnson (pictured). Johnson was arrested in Upper Marlboro, Maryland. Another suspect, Ahmad Glenn, surrendered shortly after the robberies. Police are still looking for Arkei Shareef. He’s wanted on charges of robbery, felony mob assault, and assault by mob.

 

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