Hagerstown Man Sentenced To Federal Prison For Armed Carjackings

His sentence will be followed by supervised release.

Greenbelt, Md. (BW)- A Hagerstown man will face 10 years in Federal Prison for a series of armed carjackings and an attempted carjacking.

22-year-old Carlos Guardado-Eagle was sentenced in U.S. District Court on Tuesday, Mar 5 after entering a guilty plea.

Guardado-Eagle admitted to carjacking four victims at gunpoint in 2022 with a co-conspirator.

The two carjacked victims in Severn, Maryland; District Heights, Maryland; Silver Spring, Maryland; and Tysons, Virginia.

They also attempted a carjacking in Baltimore, but when the victim refused to hand over their keys, the suspects left.

Guardado-Eagle was arrested in June 2022. Following his sentence, he will spend three years on supervised release.