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Charles County Sheriff's Office

Officers Apprehend Four Robbery Suspects

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Diane Richardson
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On May 8 at 11:36 p.m., officers responded to a motel in the 11000 block of Crain Highway in Glasva for the report of a citizen armed robbery. The victim reported two suspects, one who was armed with a gun, approached him as he was sitting outside his room and demanded his money and medication. The victim complied and the suspects fled in a gray Audi passenger car which was occupied by a driver and a passenger. M/Cpl. Kuhnow located the suspects’ vehicle traveling north on Route 301 in the area of Preference Drive. He initiated a traffic stop and the suspects were taken into custody. Joseph Robert Ellsworth Hayes, 22, of Nanjemoy; Jeffrey Carter, 23, of Bryans Road; Annaya Rachel Liverpool, 22, of Virginia and Teziah Marquis Randall, 18, of Bryans Road were charged with robbery, second-degree assault, and other related charges. Further, prior to entering the detention center, a body scanning machine revealed hidden contraband on Hayes. Forty pills, the same amount stolen from the victim, were recovered. PFC J. Harley is continuing the investigation.

Joseph Hayes

 

 

 

 

Jeffrey Carter

 

Annaya Liverpool

 

Teziah Randall

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