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Germantown Home Invader/Robber Sentenced to 40 Years in Prison

Last week, Montgomery County Circuit Court Judge Michael Mason sentenced Kevin Darnell Carroll, 46, of Baltimore to 40 years in prison. Carroll was convicted on February 2 of crimes in connection with a home invasion and armed robbery of a brother and sister in their Germantown home back in November of 2015.

Prosecutors proved that Carroll, of the 800 block of North Eutaw Street in Baltimore and charged him in connection with the home invasion robbery which took place in the far southern area of Germantown near Darnestown.

On November 17, 2015, at approximately 8:53 pm, 1st District officers responded to a residence in the 14900 block of Kelley Farm Drive in Germantown for the report of a home invasion robbery. The investigation determined that a 21-year-old male victim and a 14-year-old female victim were entering the home through the garage when they were approached by two suspects wearing ski masks and armed with handguns, according to police.

The suspects bound both victims in the garage with zip ties and placed duct tape over the mouth of the female victim. One suspect led the male victim through the home, asking where money was kept. The suspects obtained cash and property from the home and fled the area. The victims were able to free themselves from the zip ties and call 9-1-1, said police. No injuries were reported.

Carroll was sentenced to 20 years for Home Invasion, 15 years for the armed robbery against the male,15 years for the armed robbery against the female resident, and five years mandatory sentence for the use of a handgun in the commission of a crime of violence. The two 15 year sentences for armed robbery are to be served concurrently, leaving a total sentence of 40 years in prison.</