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Tuesday, 7 December 2010

Christopher Howse has been indicted on aggravated robbery, kidnapping and weapons charges in connection with the July 14 gunpoint robbery


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: "Christopher Howse has been indicted on aggravated robbery, kidnapping and weapons charges in connection with the July 14 gunpoint robbery of O’Hara’s Beverage in Lorain.
Prosecutors and police had already charged Mark Taylor, 27, of Elyria, on similar charges for his role in the robbery of the Leavitt Road store.
According to police, Taylor — who was arrested moments after the robbery — and another man, now identified as the 19-year-old Howse, went into the store around noon with guns drawn and made off with about $1,500 in cash from the register and two money bags.
A clerk told police that she saw the two men pulling masks over their faces before they came into the store and had thrown the keys to a customer in the hope that the customer would be able to lock the doors.
But police said Howse and Taylor managed to get inside the store and forced the customer into a backroom while the clerk was ordered to open the store’s safe. A second employee was also briefly held by the robbers after returning from lunch.
After the robbery, the two men fled the store, but Taylor was quickly stopped by officers who were in the area because of an earlier report that two masked men had been seen on Oberlin Avenue."

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