Two sur­ren­der in of­fi­cer im­per­son­ation cases

Baltimore Sun - - MARYLAND -

Two men who po­lice said im­per­son­ated of­fi­cers in Bal­ti­more dur­ing a week­end theft and rob­bery have sur­ren­dered. Phillip Tillman, 23, and Mon­tez Wil­son, 18, turned themselves in Tues­day night, po­lice said. Tillman, of Park Cir­cle in North­west Bal­ti­more, and Wil­son, of West­port, were wanted for rob­bery, po­lice said. On­line court records did not list their at­tor­neys. They are the last two to sur­ren­der, po­lice said, from a crew in black tac­ti­cal vests that stole money Fri­day night from one driver in South Bal­ti­more, then robbed an­other near M&T Bank Sta­dium early Satur­day. Vic­tims told po­lice the vests said “AGENT.” Devin Moore, 21, of Mo­ravia-Walther in North­east Bal­ti­more sur­ren­dered to de­tec­tives Mon­day night, po­lice said. And John Wa­ters, 25, of Bal­ti­more County sur­ren­dered late Sun­day. At 10:30 p.m. Fri­day, po­lice said the men stopped a driver in the 1300 block of Ram­sey St. in South Bal­ti­more. They searched the vic­tim’s ve­hi­cle and stole money, po­lice said. About 4 a.m. Satur­day, the men stopped at Rus­sell and Ham­burg streets where a driver ran into the curb and had a flat tire. Po­lice said the men robbed the driver.

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