Three Charged in Connection with Burglary to Pharmacy
(Edgewood, Md. – July 20, 2006) — Harford County Sheriff’s Deputies have charged three men with the burglary to the CVS Pharmacy located in the 1000 block of Woodbridge Center Way in Edgewood. The incident occurred shortly after 10:00 p.m. on Tuesday, July 18, 2006.
Deputies were called to the pharmacy when passersby reported several suspicious individuals in the area of the store. When they arrived, Sheriff’s Deputies observed a man, later identified as Robert Allen Seiser, 22, of Jamestown Court in Edgewood, striking a window attempting to gain entry to the pharmacy. Two other suspects identified as Derrick Dale Renbold, 34 years of age from the 400 block of Winterberry Drive in Edgewood and Joseph Carmen Cerrone, age 20 of the 1500 block of Harford Square Drive also in Edgewood, were found in the cab of a red GMC pickup truck next to the pharmacy window.
During the apprehension of the three men, Sheriff’s Deputies recovered a CO2 powered BB gun and a zip-lock bag containing approximately 30 white pills on the floor of the vehicle.
Seiser was charged with burglary/second degree; burglary-fourth degree; burglary – fourth degree theft; malicious destruction of property with a value under $500; malicious destruction of property with a value greater than $500; concealing a deadly weapon; possession of controlled dangerous substance and possession of controlled dangerous substance with intent to distribute.
Renbold and Cerrone were both charged with conspiracy to commit burglary and conspiracy to commit theft.
Seiser is being held on $25,000 bond and his accomplices Renbold and Cerrone are both being held on $7,500 bond in the Harford County Detention Center.