Matthew David Griggs, 19, has been indicted by an Essex County Grand Jury on Massachusetts Theft Crimes Charges for allegedly holding up the Lynnfield Street Market in Lynn. He is scheduled to be charged in Salem Superior Court for Armed Robbery While Masked and Gun Crimes Charges.
According to the Lynn Police Department, Griggs held up the Lynnfield Street Market in Lynn on March 6. Allegedly wearing a mask, he walked into the convenience store with a large hunting knife, ran behind the counter and grabbed $350 before fleeing in a grey car. Although Griggs was allegedly wearing a mask that only partially covered his face, the store clerk told Lynn Police that he recognized the man as a customer.
Several hours later, Matthew David Griggs reportedly turned himself into the Lynn Police Department and admitted that he was the man involved in the robbery of the convenience store.
Meanwhile, Griggs also had other criminal charges pending in Salem Superior Court relating to Massachusetts Gun Crimes Charges. He had previously been arrested in November 2009 for allegedly possession a sawed-off shotgun and ammunition. In that case, he has been charged with Unlawful Possession of a Firearm and Unlawful Possession of Ammunition.
At the time of his arrest on the Armed Robbery Charges, Griggs had been free on $500 cash bail on the Gun Crimes Charges.
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