Alexandria Man Arrested for Armed Robbery, Theft, and Destruction of Property

March 10, 2017
Markeith Wills, 39 of of Alexandria Virginia

Markeith Wills, 39 of of Alexandria Virginia

During the months of January and February 2017, Calvert County experienced several commercial burglaries and one armed robbery of a commercial business.

Calvert County Detectives discovered there were also similar crimes in Anne Arundel, Prince Georges, Charles, and St. Mary’s counties. The suspect information was the same in all of these cases. As a result of these cases, Calvert County Detectives conducted numerous hours of surveillance.

As a result of the investigation, Markeith Wills, 39 of of Alexandria Virginia was developed as a suspect. Several warrants were issued for him for Armed Robbery, Felony Theft, and Destruction of Property. On March 03rd, Mr. Wills was arrested in Northern Virginia and held in the Alexandria Detention Center as a result of these warrants. On March 8th, Mr. Wills waived extradition and was transported to the Calvert County Detention Center.

Sheriff Mike Evans would like the citizens to know the relentless work of the Criminal Investigative Bureau has helped to close one robbery and two burglaries. There may also be others that will be closed in the near future, as this investigation is on-going. Mr. Wills is also pending several charges from the surrounding counties.

Markeith Wills, 39 of of Alexandria Virginia

Markeith Wills, 39 of of Alexandria Virginia

 


8 Responses to Alexandria Man Arrested for Armed Robbery, Theft, and Destruction of Property

  1. Anonymous B on March 10, 2017 at 10:38 am

    This POS should be put in a plane and forced to go back to his home state/county. They can push him out the door at 50000 feet without a parachute. This should solve the problem for both Maryland and Virginia and Virginia would just be on the hook for the cleanup. In all seriousness, this trash does not deserve to ever be free again with all the people he terrorized though the years. Unfortunately us Maryland taxpayers will have to foot the bill for his miserable wasted life.

    • Anonymous on March 13, 2017 at 7:47 pm

      He is from Maryland…Calvert County to be exact.

  2. Anonymous on March 10, 2017 at 12:52 pm

    “Sheriff Mike Evans would like the citizens to know the relentless work of the Criminal Investigative Bureau has helped to close one robbery and two burglaries.”

    In between writing speeding tickets on Rt 4.

    • wondering on March 12, 2017 at 8:12 am

      Maybe instead of writing speeding tickets on Rt. 4,they should start arresting speeders.Maybe that will slow the speeding,tailgating and aggressive driving down.

      • Anonymous on March 13, 2017 at 8:06 am

        I think you missed the point.

    • Anonymous B on March 13, 2017 at 8:19 am

      Pulling over speeders is a good way to identify people who have committed other crimes. Lets face it, if you have so little respect for the law and human life that you would do 15, 20, 30mph over the speed limit then maybe you don’t have any respect for other laws. There have been multiple arrests in the last month alone of people that were pulled over and the cops found drugs, a gun, or other illegal materials. Simple solution to all of this, don’t go more then 20% over the speed limit and don’t carry illegal materials. Has worked good for me, haven’t been pulled over in 20 years and never been arrested.

  3. Anonymous on March 13, 2017 at 2:07 pm

    your family should be put in a plane and shipped back

  4. Shakes the Clown on March 13, 2017 at 7:50 pm

    Thats the same guy that crashed a car over in St. Marys County a few years ago. I think he was stealing from Walmart.