COUNTY CRIME | Kingsville church burglarized, Nottingham Wendy's robbed at gunpoint

COUNTY CRIME | Kingsville church burglarized, Nottingham Wendy's robbed at gunpoint

BALTIMORE (WBFF) - Several violent crimes were reported Monday in Baltimore County, and an arrest was made after an armed robbery of a 7-Eleven in Howard County, according to police reports.

At 12:12 a.m. Monday, two armed suspects robbed Wendy's in Nottingham, on Belair Road near Silver Spring Road, according to Baltimore County police reports.

At 2:20 p.m., someone forced open a locked door to get into St. Stephen Church on Bradshaw Road in Kingsville.

The suspect took cash from two "poor boxes" before "being startled by a church employee, reported police. The suspect then fled.

At 8:33 p.m., two people tried to rob someone at knifepoint as the victim left a convenience store in Dundalk, on Melbourne Road near North Boundary Road.

The suspects were later found and arrested, said police.

A Baltimore man - Terrence Frank Langley, 29, of White Oak Avenue - was also arrested by Howard County police in connection with a May 31 armed robbery of a 7-Eleven in Ellicott City.

Langley is accused of entering the store, on Frederick Road near St. John's Lane, displaying a gun and demanding cash and cigarettes. No one was injured.



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