Police: 3 followed couple to Severn home, robbed at gunpoint

Police have charged two juveniles and an adult man with armed robbery as they say the group followed two victims back to a Severn home and robbed them at gunpoint.

Anne Arundel police were looking for three unidentified male suspects after two victims reported they were held at gunpoint, assaulted and robbed at a home in the 7800 block of Coldbrooke Drive on Nov. 25.

The victims told police they were approached by three men, and one of them pointed a gun at both and assaulted them.

Police said this was the second time the two were robbed at their residence since September.

“The victims own a business in Baltimore city, and it appears that they were targeted and followed home after closing their business,” police said of the November robbery.

After the first robbery, police said the victims had a camera installed to monitor their driveway. Investigative documents recount footage from the November robbery, detailing that two suspects apparently can be seen approaching one of the victims, with one pointing a gun at him. Documents say another suspect can be seen coming from around the side of the house, grabbing the victim around the neck from behind and taking him to the ground.

The victim then smacked the gun out of one of the suspect’s hands, and it can be heard hitting the ground. The second victim is also knocked to the ground, and suspects can be seen going through the first victim’s pockets and taking the second victim’s handbag, according to the documents. The suspect who took the second victim’s handbag can then be seen kicking her into the victims’ SUV two times, shaking the SUV each time she is kicked into it.

Police said the suspects took two designer wallets, a designer handbag that contained a cellphone and the keys to her home and business, along with both victims’ credit cards, identification and $200 in cash. The victim also reported $1,200 in cash stolen, which was the nightly drop from their business in Baltimore, according to records.

Investigators identified the three suspects — Anthony Milton King, 31, Melvin Norong Thompson Jr., 17, and Brekwan McFadden, 16, all of Baltimore — from surveillance footage from a Baltimore County Walmart as police said they used one of the victims’ credit cards at the store.

All three have been charged as adults with armed robbery charges, along with firearm, theft and credit card fraud offenses.

Anne Arundel police said two were already incarcerated, and the third was arrested after allegedly trying to rob a Chinese carryout restaurant in Baltimore.

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