A 60-year-old Baltimore man pleaded guilty Wednesday in U.S. District Court to robbing a delivery van carrying $93,000 worth of pharmaceutical drugs, prosecutors said.
Stanley Duryea Johnson entered a guilty plea to charges of robbery and using a gun during a robbery in connection with allegations that date to June 18, 2013, prosecutors said. The driver of the van was waiting for a pharmacy on Reisterstown Road to open when Johnson approached the van, ordered the driver into a passenger seat at gunpoint and drove off. He eventually left the driver on the side of the road.
Johnson was connected to the crime, according to court records, because he left a court summons in the name of Jason Beyer in the van. Beyer was tracked down by police and admitted assisting with the robbery.
Beyer has pleaded guilty to carjacking in Baltimore County Circuit Court and is awaiting sentencing, court records show.
Johnson's plea calls for him to receive 20 years in prison. He will be sentenced in June.