Suspects charged in robbery of fast food delivery man
Two 17-year-olds facing armed robbery, assault charges in attack
Two 17-year-old Charles County residents have been arrested for allegedly attempting to rob a fastfood delivery man with a BB gun.
Charles County Sheriff’s Office detectives charged Jarrett D’Angelo Buchanan, 17, of White Plains and Tyayre Evan Reynolds, 17, of Waldorf with armed robbery, firstand second-degree assault and related charges.
According to the officers’ report, on the evening of Tuesday, Sept. 18, the delivery man was making a delivery to an address in the 2600 block of Hamilton Place in Waldorf when a masked man confronted him, declared that he intended to rob the delivery man and then struck the victim’s head with a gun.
The victim fell after being struck. The masked man continued to assault the victim and then stole his wallet, according to the report.
The detectives who responded arrested Buchanan at the scene and recovered a BB gun. Further investigation identified Reynolds as the masked assailant, and the detectives obtained a search warrant that allowed them to recover evidence that tied both Buchanan and Reynolds to the burglary and assault.
Det. Wimberly is investigating.