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Cambridge Home Invasion Puts Two In Jail

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Howe Howe
Williams Williams

CAMBRIDGE, Md. - Two local men are being held at the Dorchester County Detention Center on $1,000,000 bond after an alleged armed home invasion.

According to Cambridge Police, three suspects broke into a Travers Street home, forced the two residents to the ground at gun point and stole six guns from the home, before fleeing on foot. Police say that after the suspects left, the victims called them.

Officers in route reportedly saw the three suspects, and attempted to arrest them. They chased them with a K-9 officer, and were able to catch two of the three, and find all six of the stolen guns.

The two who were caught are Stephen Howe, 18, of Denton, and Laquon Williams, 20, of Cambridge. Both have been charged with 1st, 3rd, and 4th degree burglary, armed robbery, handgun on person, and other related offences.

Howe and Williams are being held on bond. No word yet on the third suspect's whereabouts.

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