Police: Armed Robbery on President Street in Annapolis Leads to One Arrest
The Annapolis Police Department said on July 22, at approximately 10:00pm, officers were called to the 900 block of President Street for an armed subject. Upon arrival, Officers spoke with the victim, who stated that he was involved in a verbal argument with the suspect, according to department officials.
"During the argument, the suspect brandished a firearm. When the suspect had the firearm out, the victim held his hands up and another suspect took his car keys from him," a departmental press release says. "The suspects fled the area on foot but one of them was later located and placed under arrest."
Authorities identified the suspect as Gregory Dorsey, a 40 year old resident of Washington D.C. Dorsey was arrested and charged with multiple crimes, including armed robbery, assault and reckless endangerment, court records show.
On July 25, a Judge ordered Dorsey to be held without bond at the Jennifer Road Detention Center.