CLEVELAND, Ohio — Two males are charged in a string of armed robberies that, in a one-month span, focused eleven shops and banks throughout Cuyahoga County.
Richard Glenn, forty, of Maple Heights, and Brandon Williams, 35, of Euclid are each charged in federal courtroom with theft, having a gun throughout a violent crime and possessing a gun as a convicted felon.
Two males robbed a number of the companies collectively and others individually between Aug. 9 to Sept. eleven, in accordance with a 17-rely indictment filed Friday.
Collectively they struck the Walgreen’s on Warrensville Middle Street in Warrensville Heights on Aug. eight and the A&M Meals Mart in Bedford Heights on Aug. 31, the indictment says.
Glenn additionally robbed the next shops, in line with the indictment:
Aug. 17: The Walgreen’s on Euclid Avenue in Euclid
Aug. 23: The U.S. Financial institution on Turney Street in Garfield Heights
Aug. 29: The Greenback Basic on Miles Street in Cleveland
Williams is accused of robbing these alone:
Aug. 15: The Euclid Mart on Lakeshore Boulevard in Euclid
Aug. 21: The Ohio Financial savings Financial institution, on Euclid Avenue in Wickliffe
Aug. 25: The Chase Financial institution on Mayfield Street in Lyndhurst
Sept. 5: The Greenback Financial institution on E. 228 Road in Euclid
Sept. eleven: The Chase Financial institution on Northfield Street in Bedford Heights
Sept. eleven: The Greenback Financial institution on Warrensville Middle Street in Maple Heights
Glenn has prior convictions Cuyahoga County for armed theft and drug possession and Williams has a legal historical past that features convictions for theft, housebreaking, grand theft and arson, additionally in Cuyahoga County.
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