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Posted at 4:34 PM ET, 12/29/2010

2 charged in fatal Md. robberies

By Allison Klein
Allison Klein

Anne Arundel police believe the same two teens were involved in two separate fatal robberies -- one at a pizza restaurant, one at a 7-Eleven store in Glen Burnie.

They have charged Vincent Ethan Bunner, 17, and Shawn Anthony Johnson, 18, with first-degree murder and related charges for the August murder of Youssef Kamal Erian Attia, 48, who was working at the 7-Eleven when it was robbed.

Attia tried to leave the store when three men walked in and announced a robbery, police said, prompting one of the men to shoot him.

The teens were already being held in the November killing of Misael Abdias Flores.

Flores was a patron at Mr. Wings and Pizza when four masked men came in and announced a robbery. Flores and a store employee told the suspects to leave the store, which is when one of the suspects shot Mr. Flores.

In addition to Bunner and Johnson, two other men were also arrested in the Flores killing.

Police are still looking for a third suspect in the 7-Eleven homicide.


By Allison Klein  | December 29, 2010; 4:34 PM ET
Categories:  Allison Klein, Anne Arundel, Homicide, Updates  
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Burn them.

Posted by: concernedcit1 | December 30, 2010 6:54 AM | Report abuse

The teens were already being held in the November killing of Misael Abdias Flores.

Apparently, they weren't already being held, or they wouldn't have been in the 7/11 to kill the 2nd guy. How about locking animals like this up the first time?

Posted by: DontGetIt | December 30, 2010 8:25 AM | Report abuse

DontGetIt,

The 7/11 murder occurred first, but the suspects were arrested soon after the pizza shop killing.

Posted by: theprez98 | December 30, 2010 9:19 AM | Report abuse

these thugs most likely had a bad childhood,lawyer up with aclu and walk. fry em

Posted by: pofinpa | December 30, 2010 9:23 AM | Report abuse

Please make this a public execution, send a message...air it on pay per view!!!

Posted by: Gooddad | December 30, 2010 9:26 AM | Report abuse

They need to go to jail for life if convicted.

Posted by: johnfchick1 | December 30, 2010 9:35 AM | Report abuse

these thugs most likely had a bad childhood,lawyer up with aclu and walk. fry em

Posted by: pofinpa | December 30, 2010 9:42 AM | Report abuse

LOL, moron, when the article says "they were being held" it means that the Flores murder took place AFTER the 7-11 murder and they had already been arrested and charged for the Flores murder. While in jail they were charged with the earlier murder at the 7-11. They werent out on the street goofball.

Posted by: opticlguy | December 30, 2010 11:20 AM | Report abuse

Call the executioner--time for a public hanging (like we used to have not so long ago in our history).

Otherwise, expect more senseless killings like these to continue ad infinitum.

Posted by: Prospero1116 | December 30, 2010 12:10 PM | Report abuse

It seems as though our criminal justice system is a revolving door for the consummate criminal. Since these fools like killing people why can't we give them an assault rifle with limited ammo and air lift them over to Afghanistan, Iran or Iraq and leave them there permanently and bring some of our honest, hardworking dedicated soldiers home so that they can be with their families? They are no different than the terrorist that our military men are fighting against. We've got out own built in domestic terrorists here living at the expense of us all. It's time for them to start paying us tax paying citizens back! Why are our hard earned tax dollars continually spent on free legal assistance, medical care, housing, nourishing meals and clothing constantly and consistently being wasted on the useless pieces of garbage? Indeed they may have had hard childhoods, but we all have choices and consequences to pay when we become grown. If you're grown enough to pull a trigger, your grown enough to suffer severe consequences for it, not this slap on the wrist that they are receiving. Death is too good for these fools. Let them feel some real pain. Send them where war is for real and for keeps!!!

Posted by: BROWNGA33 | December 30, 2010 12:38 PM | Report abuse

Good idea BROWNGA33, except they would all defect to the Taliban or turn tail like the cowards they are. Nice creative thinking, though.

How about dangling them from the nearest tree?

Posted by: Prospero1116 | December 30, 2010 1:13 PM | Report abuse

Moron and goofball all that name calling is totally out of place...the point is that lives have been taken and how sad is it that we seem to have no control over the teens in this country. They have no fear of man or GOD...I pray that justice gets done. My prays to all involved.

Posted by: retamanago | December 30, 2010 3:04 PM | Report abuse

Moron and goofball all that name calling is totally out of place...the point is that lives have been taken and how sad is it that we seem to have no control over the teens in this country. They have no fear of man or GOD...I pray that justice gets done. My prays to all involved.

Posted by: retamanago | December 30, 2010 3:06 PM | Report abuse

Moron and goofball all that name calling is totally out of place...the point is that lives have been taken and how sad is it that we seem to have no control over the teens in this country. They have no fear of man or GOD...I pray that justice gets done. My prays to all involved.

Posted by: retamanago | December 30, 2010 3:07 PM | Report abuse

Another fine reason to make abortions more readily available.

Posted by: veerle1 | December 30, 2010 6:39 PM | Report abuse

Wonderful examples of the welfare state brought to by the Democrats of the United States of America!

Posted by: NyallsStJohnSmytheIV | December 30, 2010 6:54 PM | Report abuse

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