Man accused in 10 robberies

CRIME WATCH

August 18, 2006|By MATTHEW DOLAN

A Baltimore man was indicted on charges that he robbed 10 businesses in the city, according to a federal grand jury indictment handed up yesterday.

Donald Leon Gladden Jr., 40, is accused of stealing money from the businesses, which included retail stores such as Rite Aid and Save-A-Lot Grocery.

The indictment said he took amounts ranging from $33 to $900 by threatening serious injury or death to the employees of the stores if they did not comply with his requests, prosecutors said.

Gladden has not been scheduled for an initial appearance. He remains in federal custody.

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