Grandma owner Louise Pies charged with bank robbery in Edgewood

A man who devotes himself to his baking business and helping young people is accused of robbing a bank in Harford County. Mosiah Fit, 32, is accused of robbing the Truist Bank branch in Edgewood. Harford County Sheriff’s Deputies arrested him on May 4 and he remains being held without bond. mask walked into the bank, asked about opening a business account, then showed a teller “a Truist Bank envelope with a note.” According to the charging document, the note read: “I have a gun. I will not hurt anyone so much while you do what I say. Let your colleague know and fill this bag with 100, 50 and 20 – – no dye, no tracers. I have a team and we are watching. and found Fit nearby inside a blue van on Swallow Crest Court. Court filing says deputies obtained a warrant search and seizure and found US currency, a black handgun registered to Fit and Truist checks under the trade name “Grandma Louise Pies” inside the van. Considered a promising and emerging entrepreneur, Fit owns Grandma Louise Pies Inc. and owns a food stand in the Avenue Market on Pennsylvania Avenue in Baltimore City. In a YouTube video, Fit talks about being homeless at one time, how her grandmother l helped start his business and how he walked in the streets selling pies to expand his business. A spokesperson for the mayor’s office told the 11 News I-Team that Fit had an active lease at the Avenue Market but had not received any financial assistance from the city and that this contract expires at the end of this month. Sheriff’s deputies said they don’t know of a motive or whether other people were involved, but an investigation is ongoing. Fit has a court hearing scheduled for June 2.

A man who devotes himself to his baking business and helping young people is accused of robbing a bank in Harford County.

Mosiah Fit, 32, is accused of robbing the Truist Bank branch in Edgewood. Harford County Sheriff’s Deputies arrested him on May 4 and he remains being held without bond.

According to a charging document obtained by 11 News I-Team, a man wearing blue latex gloves, a combination beanie/dreadlock wig and a blue medical-style face mask walked into the bank, asked about the opening a business account, then showed a teller “a Truist Bank envelope with a note.”

According to the charging document, the note read, “I have a gun. I won’t hurt anyone as long as you do what I say. Let your colleague know and fill this bag with 100, 50 and 20 – no dye, no tracers. I have a team and we are monitoring.”

The sheriff’s office said deputies arrived at the bank, searched and found Fit nearby in a blue van on Swallow Crest Court.

The court filing says deputies obtained a search and seizure warrant and found U.S. currency, a black handgun registered to Fit and Truist checks under the trade name “Grandma Louise Pies” inside the van.

Considered an up and coming entrepreneur, Fit owns Grandma Louise Pies Inc. and owns a food stand in the Avenue Market on Pennsylvania Avenue in Baltimore City.

In a YouTube video, Fit talks about once being homeless, how his grandmother helped him start his business, and how he walked the streets selling pies to grow his business.

A spokesperson for the mayor’s office told the 11 News I-Team that Fit has an active lease at Avenue Market but has not received any financial assistance from the city and that contract expires at the end. of this month.

Sheriff’s deputies said they don’t know of a motive or whether other people were involved, but an investigation is ongoing.

Fit has a court hearing scheduled for June 2.

Shawanda H. Saldana