Man sentenced for robbery of Princess Anne pharmacy

SNOW HILL, Md. – A man was sentenced to 35 years behind bars on Monday for his role in an August 2018 armed robbery in Princess Anne.

Roy Davison IV was convicted by a Somerset County jury on all six counts, including robbery, conspiracy to commit armed robbery, firearm in use of a violent crime, and accessory after the fact.

According to officials, evidence that was presented at the trial showed that Davison planned the robbery of the Karemore Pharmacy on August 13, 2018. Davison drove Justin Bull and Cody King to the pharmacy, where they entered with masks on and pointed a gun at employees and demanded prescription pain medication from them. One of the pharmacists in a back office pointed a handgun and fired a shot at the two men, but it missed. Bull and King then fled the pharmacy and were picked up by Davison in a separate location.

Both Bull and King have already been convicted and sentenced.

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