2 males charged in reference to armed theft in twin cities – WCCO
MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) – Two Twin Cities men are charged in connection with armed robbery in Bloomington and St. Paul.
Devon Glover, 21, from St. Paul and Marshawn Davison, 19, from Columbia Heights are both charged with robbery under the Hobbs Act, which affects international trade, the US attorney for the Minnesota district said Tuesday. Glover is also charged with brandishing and unloading a gun during a robbery.
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The charges stem from a robbery on June 16 in Bloomington and a robbery on June 23 in St. Paul.
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The Bloomington heist was against Penn Lake Roast Beef. The owner, Kevan Tran, suffered gunshot wounds to his hand and abdomen. He ran to a nearby liquor store where an employee called 911.
The robbery in St. Paul occurred in a liquor store and injured an employee.
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In connection with the Bloomington attack, Minnesota attorneys have accused Glover and Davison of attempted murder.