Detectives with the county’s Major Crimes unit have identified four suspects in eight recent carjackings and armed robberies in Silver Spring, the department announced today.
The four are:
- Jeremiah Cox, age 17, of Washington, D.C. (charged as an adult)
- Elijah Day-Quan Greene-Parker, age 18, of Washington, D.C.
- Antonio Daylos Myles, age 21, of Washington, D.C., and
- Rashaun Onley, age 21, of Washington, D.C.
Not every suspect has been charged in each incident, police said. A summary of the crimes includes:
- Cox, Greene-Parker, and Onley charged with armed robbery of a customer at the Bank of America ATM at 8788 Georgia Ave. on Jan. 29
- Greene-Parker charged with armed robbery of the Papa John’s pizza shop at 1133 East West Highway on Jan. 31
- Cox, Greene-Parker, and Onley charged with armed robbery of a customer at the Bank of America ATM at 8701 Georgia Ave. on Feb. 3
- Greene-Parker (charges pending) and Onley, charged with armed robbery of the 7-Eleven at 7890 Georgia Ave. on Feb. 5
- Cox, Greene-Parker, and Onley, charged with armed robbery of a customer at Capital One Bank ATM at 8676 Georgia Ave. on Feb. 5
- Cox, Greene-Parker, and Onley, charged in two armed carjackings, one on Feb. 5 in the 8700 block of Georgia Avenue and another a few minutes later in the 1400 block of East West Highway, and
- Greene-Parker and Myles, charged with an armed carjacking at the Exxon, 8301 Fenton St., on Feb. 19.
According to the press release, “Cox was arrested on February 5 in Washington, D.C., in a vehicle carjacked from a surrounding jurisdiction which he used to commit carjackings in Montgomery County. He is currently in custody in Washington, D.C.
“Greene-Parker and Onley were both arrested on February 27 in Arlington, Virginia. Greene-Parker had a warrant for his arrest from Montgomery County. Onley had warrants for his arrest from other jurisdictions. When Greene-Parker and Onley were arrested, officers located two handguns in their possession. Greene-Parker has been extradited to Montgomery County and will have bond review today. Onley was extradited to Prince George’s County to face criminal charges in that jurisdiction.
“Myles was arrested in Washington, D.C. on February 19, and extradited to Montgomery County, where he remains in custody.”
Detectives are still investigating whether any of the four were involved in any other crimes in the county and are working with other jurisdictions as well.
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