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Third person charged in Frederick carjacking

Alleged get-away driver taken into custody in Hagerstown

July 29, 2010
  • Terri Denise Minor
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A third person has been charged in a carjacking that occurred last Friday in Frederick, according to the Frederick Police Department.

Terri Denise Minor, 44, who police allege was the driver of a get-away vehicle in the case, was taken into custody in Hagerstown, Frederick Police said in a news release Wednesday.

No address for Minor was given in the release.

Minor has been charged with robbery, armed robbery, carjacking, armed carjacking, theft plus $1,000 and conspiracy-related offenses, the release said.

The carjacking involved the robbery of a Merkle courier who was making deliveries in Frederick, police said. A man entered the victim's vehicle on North Market Street and forced the driver to go to another location on West Fifth Street, police said.

The driver was assaulted, property was removed from his vehicle and the items were transferred to a red sport utility vehicle, police said.

Two Hagerstown men have already been charged in the case.

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Steven McGloster of Mulberry Avenue and Mark Anthony Owens of the 100 block of East Franklin St. have each been charged with robbery, armed robbery, carjacking, armed carjacking, theft plus $1,000 and conspiracy to commit each of the charges, police said.

McGloster was taken into custody at his Hagerstown home at about 11 p.m. Friday, and Owens was apprehended at about 8:30 a.m. Monday at Merkle Inc., in Washington County, police said.

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