Detectives Identify Suspects in Charles County Convenience Store Robberies

The three suspects are currently locked up in St. Mary's County on other unrelated charges

LA PLATA, Md. - Detectives with the Charles County Sheriff’s Office have identified the suspects in three recent armed robberies and have obtained warrants for their arrest. All three men are currently being held in the St. Mary’s County Detention Center on other charges. The warrants will be served once they are released.

Tocarra Bridgers, 23, of Waldorf, Cortez Khree Williams, 17, of Temple Hills and Leondas Shayron Malloy, 17, of Waldorf are being charged in connection with the armed robberies of the 7-Eleven on Smallwood Drive Oct. 30, the 7-Eleven on St. Ignatius Drive Nov. 8 and the Glymont Dash-In on Indian Head Highway Nov. 15.

Bridgers is charged with one count of armed robbery in connection with the Glymont Dash-In.

Williams is charged with three counts of armed robbery. Williams and an unidentified suspect are being charged with robbing the Smallwood Drive 7-Eleven. Williams and Malloy are being charged with robbing the St. Igntius Drive 7-Eleven. Williams and Bridgers are being charged with robbing the Dash-In.

Det. T. Miner investigated.

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