Charging Documents Reveal How Police Identified Towson Armed Robbery Suspect


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TOWSON - Charging documents show how Baltimore County Police identified a suspect in the brutal robbery and assault of three women in Towson last Thursday.

What happened?

According to police, the victims were walking down Allegheny Avenue to meet their friends at a restaurant when they were approached by a man who pulled out a gun and demanded money.

The report states that despite one of the victims giving him money, the suspect ordered the women to line up near a dumpster behind a business on West Joppa Road. The suspect proceeded to sexually assault the victims.

According to police, two bystanders witnessed the incident but were chased off by the gunman. They fled and called 911.

Charging documents state that the gunman made the victims count out loud to 100 and then fled. Police arrived on the scene soon after.

How did police identify the suspect?

Police combed through video surveillance footage of the area from nearby stores’ security cameras. Investigators noticed a man matching the suspect’s description entering a nearby store about 2o minutes before the assault occurred.

Investigators obtained a receipt from the store matching the time the suspect was spotted on video. The receipt revealed that the suspect paid using an Apple Pay card.

The card company provided investigators with the card information. The card was linked to an iCloud and Uber account belonging to Quantze Davis.

After arresting Davis, police compared his arrest photos with surveillance video of the incident and determined they were the same individual.

David has been charged with a litany of crimes, including three counts of armed robbery and assault.

He is currently being held without bond at the Baltimore County Detention Center.

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