Judge Amy J. Bragunier Sentenced Drug Store ATM Burglar to 18 Months

March 8, 2018
Kevontae DeAngelo Stewart

Kevontae DeAngelo Stewart

On Wednesday, March 7, 2018, Charles County Circuit Court Judge Amy J. Bragunier sentenced Kevontae DeAngelo Stewart to 10 years all suspended but 18 months for Second Degree Burglary.

Stewart also faces 10 years back up time and 5 years supervised probation for Conspiracy Theft $10,000-$100,000.

On August 8, 2017, officers responded to an intrusion alarm at the CVS located in the 4200 block of Altamont Place in White Plains. While responding, a witness notified officers of seeing a pickup truck backing into the front of the store, followed by three suspects pulling the store’s ATM into the bed of the truck and driving away in the direction of Hedgemeade Court.

Upon canvassing the area of Hedgemeade Court, an officer identified a potential suspect. After a foot chase, the suspect, later identified as co-defendant Everett Tyrone Brown, was apprehended. Within the area Brown was first observed fleeing, officers discovered an unoccupied Silver Ford F-350 in the street with the engine running. Behind the truck, officers discovered the stolen ATM machine from CVS.

Officers also determined occupants in another truck to be involved with the burglary. After a vehicle pursuit, the vehicle was successfully disabled by officers. Two suspects immediately exited the vehicle and fled on foot. One suspect, later determined to be Stewart, was discovered in a drainage ditch inside of a construction site. A pair of white gloves with red colored tips were also discovered during apprehension. The other suspect was not immediately located.

Surveillance tape from the CVS confirmed the descriptions of Stewart and Brown, who were both wearing the same clothing during their apprehension as seen in the burglary. The video surveillance also showed the suspects wearing white gloves with red colored tips.

An investigation into the Silver Ford F-350 revealed that the vehicle and registration plate were reported stolen from Montgomery County.

A sentencing date for co-defendant Everett Tyrone Brown has been set for April 25, 2018.

Kevontae DeAngelo Stewart

Kevontae DeAngelo Stewart

9 Responses to Judge Amy J. Bragunier Sentenced Drug Store ATM Burglar to 18 Months

  1. Anonymous on March 8, 2018 at 11:26 am

    Anyone who wonders why criminals don’t think the justice system is a deterrent only needs to look at this case. He has multiple priors for burglary and theft yet this pussy-willow flower child judge thinks he is going to even blink and eye at 18 months in local lockup. I hope the next person he robs in 18 months is judge Amy. We all know he will still be a thief after only 18 months so better her be his inevitable next victim then someone else in the community.

  2. Anonymous on March 8, 2018 at 1:25 pm

    “Kevontae..” That alone tells the whole story… LMAO!

  3. anonymous on March 8, 2018 at 2:37 pm

    Tell me the Judge and his lawyer are friends, or they went to the same college/university, or are friends with the Defense Attorney’s Law Firm Partners, or are just members of the same Bar Association.

    What the Hell does it take around here to get someone locked the freaked up. This is complete dereliction of Duty on the head/lead of the Charles County Circuit Court, Judge Amy J. Braguniers. If she want’s him out so badly, she should take custody of him, and take him home with her.

    His Bond was $10,000 to start with and he did over $10,000 worth of damage to the store, $10,000 to the ATM and cost over $10,000 in resources to be used to locate him between CCSO, MSP, & MSP Aviation. Now he is going to cost US over $150k for 18months in local Jail Cost WTH is wrong with these Judges???

    • Bill on March 9, 2018 at 7:08 pm

      They follow the law. Why don’t you?

      • anonymous on March 11, 2018 at 2:03 pm

        There is No Law in place that a Judge has to be lenient or drop any charges brought against a Suspect, but there are clear Ethics Violation being committed down at the Charles County Court House, punishable by LAW.

        • Bill on March 12, 2018 at 8:29 pm

          You don’t understand ethics. Otherwise you would not be anonymous.

          • anonymous on March 14, 2018 at 1:55 am

            Bill who?

            …. Ben Franklin…..

  4. Anonymous on March 9, 2018 at 11:23 am

    This sentence is a massive joke and the law abiding citizens, or should I say his future victims, are the punchline.

  5. Taxedtodeath on March 10, 2018 at 6:34 am

    Dont worry they are trying to give all the judges raises for doing such a good job