Four charged in armed robbery of AT&T store in Ellicott City

Howard County police have charged four men in connection with the armed robbery of an AT&T store in Ellicott City last week, police announced Thursday.

Justin Hosea Snow, 21, his brother, Johnny Devon Snow, 19, their cousin, Taylor Yvonne Snow, 22, and Arkeene Antoyn Redditt-Abrams, 24, all of Baltimore, each face various counts of armed robbery, robbery, conspiracy to commit armed robbery, assault, use of a firearm in commission of a felony and other charges in connection with the June 17 robbery, police said.

Police said officers were called to the 9000 block of Baltimore National Pike on June 17 at approximately 1:10 p.m. for an armed robbery report, police said.

Police said three men, two with guns, entered the store with their faces covered and confronted two employees, stole cellphones and cash and fled.

Police said a fourth man entered the store before the robbery, looked around, didn't make a purchase and left.

Video surveillance revealed the three men and the fourth man exit a gray Toyota Corolla near the AT&T store prior to the robbery, according to police.

Police were able to link the four suspects to the crime using the footage, police said.

Redditt-Abrams and Johnny Snow are being held at the Howard County Detention Center on $150,000 bond each.

Justin Snow was released on $150,000 bond. He and Taylor Yvonne Snow were apprehended June 24 in Mechanicsburg, Pa., in connection with a robbery of a T-mobile store. Extradition is pending, police said.

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