Two men are facing multiple charges after being indicted on 11 armed robberies across Northeast Ohio, according to the U.S. Attorney's Office.
Officials said 40-year-old Richard Glenn Jr., of Maple Heights and 35-year-old Brandon Williams of Euclid, are accused of robbing banks, drug and convenience stores in multiple cities.
According to the attorney's office, Glenn and Williams committed the robberies at the following locations:
Aug. 9: Walgreens, 2135 Warrensville Center Road, Warrensville Heights (Glenn and Williams).
Aug. 15: Euclid Mart, 26610 Lakeshore Blvd. Euclid (Williams).
Aug. 17: Walgreens, 20485 Euclid Ave., Euclid (Glenn).
Aug. 21: Ohio Savings Bank, 29169 Euclid Ave., Wickliffe (Williams).
Aug. 23: U.S. Bank, 5695 Turney Road, Garfield Heights (Glenn).
Aug. 25: Chase Bank, 5400 Mayfield Road, Lyndhurst (Williams).
Aug. 29: Dollar General, 9111 Miles Road, Cleveland (Glenn).
Aug. 31: A&M Food Mart, 25600 Aurora Road, Bedford Heights (Glenn and Williams).
Sept. 5: Dollar Bank, 240 E. 228 Street, Euclid (Williams).
Sept. 11: Chase Bank, 5435 Northfield Road, Bedford Heights (Williams).
Sept. 11: Dollar Bank, 5180 Warrensville Center Road, Maple Heights (Williams)
Both men have been charged with robbery and brandishing a firearm during a violent crime.
Glenn has a has a prior criminal history and has been convicted in Cuyahoga County Common Pleas Court on aggravated robbery and drug possession charges, officials said. Williams was previously convicted on robbery, burglary, grand theft and arson charges.
“These defendants used firearms to rob 11 stores and banks all over the east side of Greater Cleveland,” U.S. Attorney Justin E. Herdman said. “Our law enforcement partners did a tremendous job bringing this violent crime spree to an end. Now this duo will be held accountable for terrorizing our neighbors.”