Three suspects arrested and charged for multiple pharmacy robberies; Samuel Spence, Shahid Horne and Malik Rivers
Three suspects arrested and charged for multiple pharmacy robberies; Samuel Spence, Shahid Horne and Malik Rivers 

CALIFORNIA, Md. – On Thursday, July 14, 2022, deputies with the St. Mary’s County Sheriff’s Office Criminal Investigations Division’s Criminal Intelligence Unit responded to an armed robbery call at the Giant grocery store in California. Deputies canvassed the immediate area and determined the suspect vehicle was a white SUV, which was observed traveling northbound on Three Notch Road driving recklessly after the robbery.  

The Criminal Intelligence Unit broadcasted a lookout for the suspect vehicle to neighboring jurisdictions. Shortly after the robbery at the Giant store in St. Mary’s, the Calvert County Sheriff’s Office responded to a robbery at a pharmacy in Prince Frederick and apprehended two suspects at the scene. The white SUV was located and stopped by Calvert deputies, resulting in the arrest of a third suspect.  

The three suspects arrested in Calvert County have been positively identified as the same suspects in the robbery in St. Mary’s County and charges are forthcoming from the St. Mary’s County Sheriff’s Office today. The investigation continues.   

The suspects are currently being held at the Calvert County Detention Center.  

Detectives Investigating Robbery At Prince Frederick Walgreens Pharmacy

PRINCE FREDERICK, Md. – On Thursday, July 14, 2022, at approximately 2:15 p.m., deputies from the Calvert County Sheriff’s Office Patrol Bureau responded to the Walgreens pharmacy located at 355 Market Square Drive in Prince Frederick, MD, for the report of a robbery in progress.

Preliminary investigation revealed two suspects entered the business, approached the pharmacy clerk, jumped over the pharmacy counter, and stole prescription medication.

Two suspects were apprehended on scene and a third subject of interest was apprehended during a traffic stop northbound Rt. 4 in the area of the Norfolk Dr. in Owings, MD.

Detectives Investigating Robbery At Prince Frederick Walgreens Pharmacy

Detectives from the Criminal Investigation Bureau have assumed the investigation. Anyone with information about this incident or subjects involved is asked to contact Det. Ted Yates at Edward.Yates@calvertcountymd.gov.

Calvert County Crime Solvers offers rewards of up to $1,000 for information that leads to the arrest or indictment of a person responsible for a crime in Calvert County. All individuals who provide tips through Crime Solvers will remain anonymous. Anyone with information about an unsolved crime or the location of a fugitive may contact Calvert County Crime Solvers by calling 410-535-2880.

Detectives Investigating Robbery At Prince Frederick Walgreens Pharmacy

Tips can also be submitted by email to ccsotips@Calvertcountymd.gov or by using the Sheriff’s Office mobile app, which can be found in the Android Store and Apple store by searching Calvert County Sheriff’s Office or visit https://apps.myocv.com/share/a39520678 to download.

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23 Comments

  1. Law enforcement did their job. Let’s see if the judges, commissioner’s and state’s attorneys do theirs.

  2. Outstanding Police work!!
    For those so privileged to have enough time on your hands to hate on Law Enforcement, if you were in danger, they’d drop everything to come to your aid, now remember that.
    Congratulations to the fine humans in uniform, especially those @ the Calvert County Sheriff’s Department🇺🇲, kudos!!

  3. Read the story. What’s that image that pops in your head? Yeah, mine too. And everyone else too. No doubt what type did this.

      1. You said “number 1s from PG County”… I live in PG county. Less than 1% of the Black people here commit crimes and nearly half of the Black people here have graduated from a college or a university. Yes we have serious crime here– but it’s done by a small percentage who terrorize everybody else. Stop insulting my neighbors just because they have dark skin.

  4. So this isn’t related to what happened in California Giant’s pharmacy then? Where’s that story, Baynet?

  5. I reported a lady and man tried to steal my prescription from me coming from the ER after an accident. I called the hotline number, when the police got there he questioned me and the suspects. The police found drugs and pills on them. I had to go to court 3 times for this and never got paid anything. Protect yourself and let these cops do their own job.

  6. They sound like the robber from in Mongomery County is robbed the Harris teeter in Olney Maryland

  7. Say it ain’t so! It’s not unusual that dey are now setting their sights on Calvert County after ruining DC, PG, Charles and part of St. Mary’s. And why not? Calvert is the last county in southern Maryland…

  8. And the guy who jumped the counter at Giant in California knew exactly where the narcotics were kept? Hmmmm! I’m sure plea deals are already in the works. 5 years, 2.5 years with good behavior, 1 year with good behavior and finding God. They’ll be out in 6 months.

  9. How many times does the same things have to happen with the same profile until you clown’s WAKE UP!

    1. I believe you mean – clowns. If you’re going to be spectacularly racist, at least be smart. Oh, wait, I don’t think those things go hand in hand…

  10. Yes everyone knows P.G. County is the epicenter of model neighborhoods, civility, low crime, and well educated, intelligent citizenship. Now could we have some solid facts to prove these claims.

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