Man gets 20 years for armed robbery of Towson store

Held up a Towson liquor store

March 25, 2011|By Tricia Bishop, The Baltimore Sun

A 25-year-old Baltimore man who held up a Towson liquor store and threatened to kill one of its clerks was sentenced to 20 years in federal prison Thursday for armed robbery, according to the Maryland U.S. Attorney's Office.

Aaron Davis and a co-conspirator emptied two cash registers at York Liquors in Towson on Jan. 19, 2010, according to his plea agreement. Davis put a gun to the back of a clerk's head during the robbery. He was captured on a surveillance video.

His accomplice, Edward Sample, pleaded guilty in January to armed robbery and is scheduled for sentencing May 5.

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