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(Enlarge) Carroll County Sheriff's Deputies arrested three men from Frederick on burglary charges at the Crossroads Inn on Middleburg Road in Keymar. (Map courtesy of Google)

Carroll County Sheriff’s deputies arrested and charged three Frederick men early Friday morning after police said the men attempted to burglarize the Crossroads Inn, 6694 Middleburg Road, Keymar, near the Frederick-Carroll County line.

Deputies arrested Robert Joseph Roskowinski, 24, Christopher Todd Correll, 19, and Kevin Wayne Fout, 21, and charged them with burglary and conspiracy to commit burglary. Correll was also charged with possession of burglar tools and malicious destruction of property, police said. More charges are pending.

At approximately 1 a.m., Sheriff’s deputies responded to a report from Crossroad’s owner, who had noticed an unfamiliar truck slowly circle the business as he left for the night.

Returning to the inn to investigate, the owner stopped a man who emerged from behind the building. Nearby sheriff’s deputies quickly arrived and identified the man as Roskowinski, police said.

During further investigation of the inn, Deputy First Class Mark Devilbiss encountered Todd near a rear gate leading into the business, police said.

A pry bar was discovered on the ground where Correll had been standing, and the hinges to an adjacent gate were found pried open and broken from the post to enable access into the fenced area and rear of the inn, police said. 

As deputies took the two men into custody, the truck returned to the inn’s parking lot.  The truck’s operator, Fout, told deputies he had come to pick up a friend, whom he identified as Roskowinski.  During a search, Correll was also discovered to be in possession of gloves and a screwdriver, police said.

All three men were being held at the Carroll County Detention Center while awaiting a bail review hearing before the District Court Commissioner.

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