FROSTBURG - An Essex, Maryland, man has been arrested and charged and a Baltimore man is being sought in connection with a reported armed armory in a dorm room on the Frostburg State University campus.

FROSTBURG - An Essex, Maryland, man has been arrested and charged and a Baltimore man is being sought in connection with a reported armed armory in a dorm room on the Frostburg State University campus.
According to the Frostburg State University Police, officers responded to an on campus dorm room at Annapolis Hall Friday at approximately 10:20 p.m. for a reported armed robbery. The officers interviewed the victims and learned that they were playing video games when they heard a knock at the door. Thinking it was a friend, they opened the door, and the suspect, armed with a handgun, entered the room.
The suspect, wearing a dark colored hoodie and a ski mask to try to conceal his identity, demanded money, but ended up taking only an electronic item and one of the victim's wallets before fleeing on foot.
    A search of the area was conducted, but the suspect was not located at that time.
    Investigators with the Allegany County Combined Criminal Investigation Unit (C3I) responded to the scene to assist in the investigation.
    The crime scene was processed by Evidence Collection Technicians with the Maryland State Police Forensic Sciences Division.
    Through interviews and the review of video surveillance at the University, Investigators quickly learned that one of the alleged "victims" had actually let the suspect in Annapolis Hall through a locked exterior door prior to the crime occurring. Interviews and further review of videos from the University, and a nearby business, helped Investigators identify the suspect.
    Investigators obtained an arrest warrant for the suspect, 19-year-old Oluwashina Michael Aguda, of Essex, Maryland, a former student at FSU.
Late Saturday night Aguda was arrested by the Baltimore County Police on the outstanding warrant. He has been charged with armed robbery, first degree assault, use of a firearm during a felony crime of violence, and several other related charges.
He is currently being held in Baltimore County without bond, pending his return to Allegany County.
    Investigators are also identifying the other suspect after obtaining a warrant for his arrest. Joseph Lawrence Bonds Jr., 18, from Baltimore, is being charged with the same crimes as Aguda for his part in the incident. Bonds was thought to be one of the victims until Investigators were able to identify him letting Aguda into Annapolis Hall immediately before the robbery occurred.
Bonds has not been apprehended yet, and is believed to be back in the Baltimore area.
    Bonds is a current student at FSU, but is currently under interim suspension from the school for his part in the incident. Investigators further want to advise the student population, and the public in general, that this was not a random act, but was a targeted attack only made possible with Bonds assistance in the crime.
    The investigation is continuing by the FSU Police Department and C3I.