Two surrender in officer impersonation cases
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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