Four Arrested Following Home Invasion

Two are adults, two are juveniles.

 

 

Frederick, Md (KM) Frederick Police have charged two adults and two juveniles in connection with a residential burglary early Saturday morning.

Officers were dispatched to the 1,000 block of Heather Ridge Drive at around 2:08 AM to investigated reports of a home invasion. They detained an adolescent seen running from the area.

An investigation was begun and through surveillance video, police learned that four individuals were involved in the break-in, and three had taken shelter in another apartment building in the same complex.

Authorities located the individuals, and took all four suspects to the Police Department for questioning. The two adults are identified as Tabius Jymeal Bowie, 19, of Walkersville, and Damon Hall, Grandson, 22, of Washington D-C.   Bowie is charged with home invasion, conspiracy to commit home invasion, robbery, attempted robbery, conspiracy to commit robbery, theft less than $1,.000, conspiracy to commit theft less than $,1000, 3rd-degree burglary, conspiracy to commit 3rd-degree burglary and 2nd-degree assault. Grandson is charged with home invasion, conspiracy to commit home invasion, robbery, attempted robbery, conspiracy to commit robbery, theft less than $1,000 and 3rd-degree burglary and 2nd-degree assault.

The juvenile who ran away from police is charged with home invasion, conspiracy to commit home invasion, robbery, attempted robbery, conspiracy to commit robbery, theft less than $1,000, conspiracy to commit theft less than $1,000, 3rd-degree burglary, conspiracy to commit 3rd-degree burglary and 2nd-degree assault. The youth found in the apartment is charged with trespassing, home invasion, conspiracy to commit home invasion, robbery, attempted robbery, conspiracy to commit robbery, theft less that $1,000, conspiracy to commit theft less than $1,000, 3rd-degree burglary, conspiracy to commit 3rd-degree burglary and 2nd-degree assault.

The two youths were turned over to a juvenile facility in the area.

Anyone who has additional information about this incident is asked to call Frederick Police at 301-600-2102. They can also remain anonymous and call the Police Department’s tip line at 301-600-TIPS (8477). They send a text by dialing 240-674-TIPS (8477); or send an e-mail to fpdcrimetip@frederickmdepolice.org.

 

By Kevin McManus

 

Tabius Bowie

Tabius Bowie

 

 

Damon Grandson

Damon Grandson