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Case forwarded against man in AC&T robbery

April 19, 2008|By ANDREW SCHOTZ

Criminal charges against a Hagerstown man accused of a robbing another man at a gas station will proceed, a judge decided Thursday.

A preliminary hearing was held Thursday in Washington County District Court for Terrence Michael Carter, 19, of 123 E. Antietam St., according to court records.

With probable cause found on the charges, the case will be sent to Washington County Circuit Court.

Carter is facing numerous charges, including robbery, assault and possession of a firearm, in connection with a March 3 holdup at the AC&T on North Burhans Boulevard.

Charging documents say Carter and two other men got out of a dark blue Lincoln at the convenience store that day. One man in the group pointed a gun at another man and told him to empty his pockets.

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The group left with $61 that the man handed over, according to charging documents.

The man told police that he knew one of the men, named Terrence, and that they had had an altercation five days earlier, according to charging documents.

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