He was apprehended at a nearby car dealership.
Frederick, Md (KM) A suspect has been taken into custody for Monday’s robbery of the Seven-Eleven store in the 5700 block of Buckeystown Pike where a knife was used.. Allan Michael Hooks, 27, of Frederick, was arrested at a local car dealership after employees prevented him from leaving the repair shop.
The Frederick County Sheriff’s Office says an individual armed with a knife entered the establishment after 12:00 noon, and robbed the store. He got away in an Audi SUV. The owner of that vehicle was contacted, and told authorities the SUV was being serviced at a car dealership.
A patrol deputy located the vehicle at the car dealership, but it was unoccupied. . Detectives and deputies began interviewing the employees. While doing so, they learned that Hooks had taken another vehicle from their lot.
An hour later, the vehicle was returned. A employee approached deputies and said Hooks had returned to the dealership and was trying to leave through a back door. Authorities say he assaulted an employee as he was leaving. After that, other employees detained Hooks until police took him into custody.
Hooks is charged with a long list of offenses:
1 count of Robbery
1 count of Armed Robbery
1 count of Theft: $100 to under $1500
2 counts of Motor Vehicle Unlawful Taking
1 count of Theft: $25,000 to under $100,000
1 count of Theft: $1,500 to under $25,000
2 counts of Unauthorized Removal of Property
3 counts of 2nd Degree Assault
2 counts of Reckless Endangerment
1 count of CDS: Possess Paraphernalia
1 count of CDS: Possess Not Marijuana
Detectives conducted searches on both vehicles, and Hooks’ person. They say they found clothing and a knife which matched the description of the weapon used to rob the 7/11.
The Sheriff’s Office says Hooks refused to speak with investigators and was transported to the Adult Detention Center.
The investigation continues into this robbery, and anyone who has additional information is asked to contact Detective McGuire at 301-600-3934. They can also remain anonymous and call the Sheriff’s Office Tip Line at 301-600-4131.
By Kevin McManus