Two men who were arrested in connection with a November armed robbery in Aberdeen got into a fight at their bail review hearings Monday.
Jerrod Antonio Webster, 20, of the first block of South Law Street in Aberdeen, and Brandon Lamar Williams, 20, of the first block of Church Green Avenue in Aberdeen, were arrested Friday, accused of robbing Northside Liquors at gunpoint in November.
According to the statement of charges, three men came up to an employee of the store, in the 200 block of North Philadelphia Boulevard, and pointed a gun in his face when he informed them the store was closed.
One of the men then told him to back up while the other two allegedly went to the register and stole money.
An officer found what appeared to be one of their jackets at Aberdeen Middle School.
Jerrard Wilmore is also wanted as the third suspect in the robbery, according to the statement of charges.
During a bail review Monday, Webster and Williams, who were seen via closed circuit TV from the Harford County Detention Center, tried to fight after District Court Judge Mimi Cooper told Webster he would be held without bond.
Detention center officers took less than a minute to subdue one of the men, who continued yelling about the detention center and the crime they were charged with.
Webster, whom public defender Bruce Andres said is single, is already on probation for a robbery, an assistant state's attorney said.
Williams, who is also on probation for trespassing, was ordered held on $250,000 bail by Cooper.
Both men are charged with armed robbery, robbery, first- and second-degree assault, use of a firearm in the commission of a violent crime and theft less than $1,000.Copyright © 2014, The Baltimore Sun