60-year-old man behind string of Norfolk armed robberies in custody

Surveillance camera footage shows a man sniffing shoes before stealing them at a school in Noboribetsu

Surveillance camera footage shows a man sniffing shoes before stealing them at a school in Noboribetsu

According to Maryland State Police, Gerald Lashawn Graves, 44, of Federalsburg, was taken into custody Monday, April 16, by members of MSP Apprehension Team at an apartment complex in Denton.

Members of the Maidstone detachment found the suspect vehicle and attempted to stop it, but that did not happen until west of Delmas when a shot was sacked from the van which resulted in one officer returning fire. Officers listening to police-band dispatches about the incident on their radios spotted the vehicle and began following it as it entered southbound Lake Shore Drive at Irving Park Road.

A police officer broke his wrist Saturday while struggling with a suspect who was resisting arrest, a news release from the North Smithfield Police Department said Sunday.

Police have arrested a second suspect in a south Bakersfield shooting that killed a teen boy and injured another.

In a struggle, the victim said he heard a "pop" noise and the two suspects fled the scene.

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The police spokesperson said the bones have since been seized pending examination at the country's College of Medicine to ascertain if they are indeed human bones. According to police, the armed suspect entered the store and demanded money.

A suspect wanted in six jurisdictions on armed robbery charges may have struck again.

Police said another robbery, in Kensington on February 22, targeted another female employee of a newsagency.

Detectives encourage anyone with information about these robberies to call the Norfolk Crime Line at 1-888-LOCK-U-UP.

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