4 indicted on federal charges in cellphone store robberies in 2 states


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BALTIMORE — Four people have been indicted on federal charges in connection with robberies of three cellphone stores in Maryland and Pennsylvania.

A grand jury in Baltimore returned the indictments Tuesday. Twenty-one-year-old Justin Snow, his brother, 19-year-old Johnny Snow, their cousin, 22-year-old Taylor Snow, and 24-year-old Arkeene Redditt-Abrams are all charged with commercial robbery and conspiracy.

According to the indictment, the four took part in the armed robberies in May and June at cellphone stores in Hagerstown and Ellicott City, Maryland, and Mechanicsburg, Pennsylvania. Prosecutors say the robbers wore face masks, hooded jackets and gloves to conceal their identities.

Authorities say the four made off with $18,000 in cash, cellphones and tablet computers in one robbery.

The four are in custody on related state charges.

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