Three Baltimore area men are facing charges after police say they attempted to break into a gun shop in Springfield Township, Bucks County, Thursday.
In posts on the department’s Crimewatch site, police said 20-year-old Diamond Demeko Diggs of Baltimore, 18-year-old Tevin Damontay Davis of Baltimore and 20-year-old Tavon Howard Cobrand of Randallstown, Md., were all arrested after police received a report of a possible burglary in progress at Donley’s Gun Shop on Rt. 309 at approximately 10:40 p.m.
“Responding officers witnessed the target vehicle exiting the gun shop parking lot/driveway at a high rate of speed,” police said. “Springfield Township Police Department and assisting agencies pursued the target vehicle and ultimately located it behind (the) Best Buy (store) in Richland Township.”
Diggs, Davis and Cobrand are all charged with the following offenses, according to police and court records:
- Attempted Burglary (Felony 1)
- Criminal Trespassing-Entering a Structure (Felony 3)
- Loitering and Prowling at Night Time (Misdemeanor 3)
- Fleeing or Attempting to Elude an Officer (Misdemeanor 2)
According to police, the vehicle in which the men allegedly fled from the scene was impounded.
Court records state that following a preliminary arraignment before District Judge Kevin P. Wagner early Friday, Diggs, Davis and Cobrand were all committed to the Bucks County Correctional Institution in lieu of 10 percent of $250,000 bail each.
All three are currently scheduled to appear at a preliminary hearing before District Judge Gary Gambardella on Monday, April 13 at 9 a.m., per court records.
As of Monday none of the men had attorneys, according to court records.
Note: Individuals charged with a crime are presumed innocent until proven guilty. This story was compiled using information from police and public court documents.