Sheriff: Armed Robber Arrested For Robbing Gas Stations And Pizza Places In Charles County

Jamiesfeast  –  Jeremiah Terrell Bryant, a 24-year-old man, is currently facing multiple charges as a result of an extensive investigation into a series of robberies. These robberies specifically targeted a gas station clerk and a pizza joint in the area, according to officials.

In early January, Bryant allegedly entered a gas station, brandishing a gun and causing panic. He swiftly took an employee’s phone and forcefully grabbed the cash drawer from the register before making a quick getaway in a vehicle, according to a spokesperson from the Charles County Sheriff’s Office.

Bryant emerged as a suspect in the initial armed robbery, and authorities subsequently connected him to another robbery at a pizza establishment, where they found a weapon.

Investigators also noted that he has been connected to another robbery outside of Charles County.

The resident of Oxon Hill faced charges for:

    • Armed robbery;
    • First-degree assault;
    • Second-degree assault;
    • Handgun on a person;
    • Use of a handgun during the commission of a crime;
    • “Other related charges.”

Bryant was ordered by a judge to be held without bond at the Charles County Detention Center.

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