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Easton Police Arrest Three Suspects Involved in Beating and Robbery

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EASTON, Md.- Easton police have arrested three suspects accused of beating a man and robbing him at gunpoint.
 
Police said officers were on patrol at around 12:15 a.m. Saturday in the area of Park Street near August Street, when they saw a man lying on the ground disoriented and showing signs that he had been severely beaten.

Authorities said there were three other men leaving the area and started running when they saw the police but all were detained after a short foot pursuit. 

Police said property belonging to the victim was found on all three men who were trying to get away. A gun was also found a short time later, in an area where the suspects had been running. Police said the victim had indeed been robbed at gunpoint and severely beaten; allegedly by the three individuals.

Police identified the three men as 29-year-old Brian Darnell Brown of Oswald Alley in Easton, 28-year-old Corian Lamar Freeman of Goldsborough Street and 24-year-old Antwuane Jamar Sewell, who is homeless. All three were formally processed at the Easton Police Department and charged.

Police said Sewell was also wanted by the Dorchester County Sheriff's Department on an arrest warrant that formally charged him with violating lifetime sex offender supervision and failing to register as sex offender by giving false information and failing to notify agency of sex offender status. 

Authorities said Sewell was remanded to the Talbot County Detention Center on a no bond 
designation. 

Freeman was remanded on a bond of $200,000. Brown was remanded on a bond of $175,000.

All three await trial in this matter. 
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