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Two Arrested after Owen Brown Armed Robbery: Columbia Crime Roundup

The following arrest information was supplied by the Howard County police department. It does not indicate a conviction.

Armed Robbery

Keon Jackson, 23, of Columbia and Jordan Ingram, 22, of Elkridge, were arrested and charged with robbery after allegedly robbing a man at gunpoint of cash and a cell phone near the 7200 block of Talisman Lane in Columbia about 4:30 p.m. on Tuesday. The two allegedly asked the victim for a ride to the Columbia Mall but instead of going to the mall, they took the man to a residence on Talisman Lane in Owen Brown, police said.

Once there, Ingram allegedly struck the victim with a handgun, knocking him to the ground and continued to point the gun at the victim while Jackson went through the victim's pockets and took a cell phone and cash, according to police reports. The two fled from the home, according to police.

Residential Breaking and Entering

Laptops, an Xbox, an iPod and shoes were stolen from a residence near the 5900 block of Stevens Forest Road sometime between 9:50 a.m. and 3:00 p.m. on Tuesday. Police are seeking suspects.

For questions about thisĀ blotter, email andrew.metcalf@patch.com.

BOH May 24, 2012 at 09:15 PM
The victim was an acquaintance of the alleged armed robbers, Jackson and Ingram, per the HoCo police bulletin: http://www.scribd.com/doc/94578270/Police-Daily-Crime-Bulletin-20120523 Jackson's from Whiteacre Rd in upper Steven's Forest, and if his MySpace page is any indication, he likes his own abs and Life cereal. Looks like the 100-150K income he claims on MySpace isn't enough, so he has to rob people at gunpoint. Looks like Ingram lives in Port Capital Village, an all-affordable-housing community at I-95 and Rt. 1. That's sort of an interesting police bulletin. Notice three very similar break-ins along Baltimore National Pike: Subway and NY Cleaners (both at 9275) at 1:21am and 1:25am, and then a block away at Tutti Frutti (9191) at 5:40. Wonder what this 6' white male was doing in the intervening 4hrs., or if this gap simply reflects when the break-ins were reported?
Andrew Metcalf (Editor) May 25, 2012 at 03:13 AM
Here's the story on that, over in Ellicott City - http://ellicottcity.patch.com/articles/four-break-ins-in-less-than-5-hours

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