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Two Cleveland men indicted for armed robberies of Family Dollar and Dollar General

Two Cleveland men indicted for armed robberies. (Source: WOIO) Two Cleveland men indicted for armed robberies. (Source: WOIO)

Two Cleveland men were indicted in federal court for multiple armed robberies of Family Dollar and Dollar General stores in Northeast Ohio.

Quentin Blade, 31, and Nicholas Daniel, 24, each face one count of conspiring to interfere with commerce by means of robbery, 10 counts of interference with commerce by means of robbery and two counts of brandishing a firearm during and in relation to a crime of violence.

Between August 6, 2014, and September 24, 2014, Blade and Daniel conspired to rob numerous retail stores in Cleveland and East Cleveland. These stores include the Dollar General at 13741 Euclid Ave., Dollar General at 5133 Superior Ave., Dollar General at 2966 E. 116 Street, Dollar General at 2272 E. 55 Street (twice), Family Dollar at 1250 E. 105 Street and Dollar General at 9111 Miles Ave, according to the indictment.

Blade and Daniel carried and brandished firearms during the incidents.

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