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UMPD Detectives Make Arrests in Robbery by Force Incident

On January 8th, 2014, members of the Criminal Investigations Unit and Strategic Enforcement Response Team of the University of Maryland Police Department (UMPD) arrested and charged 3 male individuals that robbed a male UMD student.

On December 21st, 2013, at approximately 3:33 a.m., UMPD’S Security Operations Center notified UMPD officers of a fight that was occurring in lot 11b. Once on scene, officers stopped and identified 3 males, who denied any involvement in the incident. While on scene with the officers, the victim, a male UMD student, was adamant that nothing had occurred and was transported to a nearby area hospital for injuries that he sustained from the altercation. It was later determined by the victim that his property was taken during the altercation and the 3 male individuals that were stopped by police were identified as the assailants.

On January 8th, 2014, with the assistance from Howard County Police Department, the following individuals were arrested by the University of Maryland Police Department and were charged with: Robbery, First and Second Degree Assault, and Theft Less than $1000.00. In addition to these charges, Mr. Correa-Duggan and Mr. Souder will be charged with Trespassing on School Grounds due to both being previously denied to the University of Maryland campus by UMPD officers. The individuals have no affiliation to the University.


Rafael Correa-Duggan

Laurel, MD

19 yoa


Jackson Souder

Ellicott City, MD

20 yoa


Jake Kiernan

College Park, MD

19 yoa






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