Detectives Identify and Charge Suspects in Robbery of Fast Food Delivery Man
DATE: September 20, 2018
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Charles County Sheriff’s detectives have identified and arrested two suspects in connection with the assault and robbery of a fast food delivery man. On Sept. 18 at 6:40 p.m., the victim made a delivery to an address in the 2600 block of Hamilton Place in Waldorf. He was confronted by a masked man who announced a robbery and struck the victim on the head with a gun. The victim fell to the ground and the suspect continued to assault him before stealing his wallet. Officers responded and learned a second suspect was involved. That person, Jarrett D’Angelo Buchanan, 17, of White Plains, was arrested on the scene. A replica handgun (BB gun) was also recovered. Through further investigation, detectives identified the masked gunman as Tyayre Evan Reynolds, 17, of Waldorf. A search warrant was served and detectives recovered evidence linking both suspects to the case. The suspects were charged as adults with armed robbery, first-degree assault, second-degree assault and other related charges. Det. Wimberly is investigating.
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