Cops: Game boys liked to rob 7-Elevens at gunpoint too; stopped to pick up a game system on the way out the door
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CATONSVILLE, MD — (Feb. 1, 2016) Baltimore County Police report that quick action by Wilkens Precinct officers led to the apprehension of two suspects in connection with the robbery of a GameStop on Baltimore National Pike. Quick action by a mental-midget Baltimore County Judge let one of them out on bail.
Just after 11 a.m. on January 13, 2016, Baltimore County Police reports that two suspects entered the GameStop store in the 5700 block of Baltimore National Pike. One of the suspects pointed a gun at an employee and demanded that he empty the register. The suspects fled the store with money and a game system.
Officers were able to quickly develop a basic suspect vehicle description. A Wilkens CAT officer on patrol saw a similar vehicle that fled from him. The vehicle was pursued until it went off the roadway, almost striking the Woodlawn Precinct station building. The suspects fled from the vehicle but were taken into custody after a brief foot pursuit.
The suspects were identified as the persons responsible for the GameStop robbery. They have been identified as 24-year-old Miles Christopher Guest of the 3308 Round Road, Brooklyn, Md., and 24-year-old Damion Norman Jordan of the 811 Bethune Road, Brooklyn, Md. Further investigation indicated that both suspects were involved in other robberies.
Guest and Jordan have been charged with armed robbery and related offenses in connection with this incident and the following incidents:
- December 1, 2015: 7-Eleven, 1600 Block of Edmonson Avenue 21228
- December 21, 2015: GameStop, 3600 Block of Washington Boulevard 21227
- December 29, 2015: GameStop, 3700 Block of Old Court Road 21208
- January 4, 2016: GameStop, 8000 Block of Liberty Road 21244
- January 11, 2016: 7-Eleven, 1600 Block of Edmonson Avenue 21228
Guest is being held without bail at the Baltimore County Detention Center. Jordan was released on $250,000 bail.
These incidents remain under investigation by the Baltimore County Police Robbery Unit. Investigators will be working to determine if Guest and Jordan were responsible for any other crimes.
Anyone with information on these incidents, similar incidents, or either suspect is asked to call police at 410-307-2020.
Guest is not expected to use any of his proceeds from the robberies to pay for his own lawyer as the very generous taxpayers of Maryland are providing with free lawyers from the public defender’s office, which do not defend the public but instead defend those charged with crimes.
Guest was charged with possession of drugs in Baltimore City on Feb. 26, 2015, and in Baltimore City District Court on Oct. 9, 2015, Guest was found guilty and sentenced to one year in jail with all of the jail time suspended: thus, no fine and no time. He is on probation through Dec. 30, 2016, so if the Baltimore City States Attorney is paying attention, he should be able to find another year tacked on to his anticipated conviction for armed robbery.
A drug charge in Baltimore County on March 20, 2014, resulted a plea deal with the Baltimore County States Attorney placing the charge on the Stet Docket on Aug. 6, 2014. No fine, no time.
Charges of drug distribution in Baltimore County resulted in a plea deal with the Baltimore County States Attorney in Circuit Court on Feb. 15, 2013. The outcome was one year of probation. The Score: no time, no fine.
In all the above instances the downtrodden taxpayers of Maryland paid for his lawyers.
Jordon was charged with 69 assorted counts of crimes associated with the armed robberies of the stores listed above. He was being held on a $500,000 bond until some mental-midget Judge in the Maryland Alice in Wonderland Judiciary let him loose once again on the community.