Jury finds Logan guilty of robbery, other charges

Prince Frederick, MD - Calvert County State’s Attorney Andrew S. Rappaport  announced that after a three-day jury trial, Theodore E. Logan was found guilty of robbery, theft, and reckless endangerment Thursday, April 11. Evidence at trial showed that on July 25, 2018, the defendant along with an accomplice drove in a stolen vehicle from Prince George’s County into Calvert County and robbed the Discount Liquor Store located on Solomon’s Island Road in Huntingtown. 

They obtained approximately $150 from the register fled the scene.  Cellular data records and cell tower locations, as well as other evidence, helped to prove the identity and movements of the defendant.  The defendant remains incarcerated at the Calvert County Detention Center pending his sentencing date.  The case was prosecuted by Assistant State’s Attorneys Michael Morgan and Ashley Sowls.  The State’s Attorney’s Office would like to thank Detectives Wayne Wells and Sarah Jernigan of the Calvert County Sheriff’s Office for their diligent work in investigating this case.

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