Four men indicted in string of robberies across Maryland
A grand jury in Baltimore has indicted three Hagerstown men and a Pennsylvania man in a string of pharmacy and bank robberies stretching from western Maryland to Baltimore.
The U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration announced the charges Thursday against 20-year-old Elvin Fulton of Waynesboro, Pa.; his 22-year-old brother Dwight Fulton, 26-year-old Luis Maldonado and 22-year-old Justin Broadus.
Each is charged with conspiracy to distribute oxycodone. Some of them are also charged with bank robbery and possession with intent to distribute crack cocaine.
The eight drugstore robberies and three bank heists occurred from April to July 2009.
Lawyers for the Fulton brothers declined to comment. No attorney information was available for Maldonado and Broadus.
-- Associated Press
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