The attack on Gold's Check Cashing was one in a string of commercial robberies by Foreman — a campaign of "urban terrorism" as a federal judge described it.
Federal prosecutors say he started out robbing drug dealers but turned to easier prey after one of his targets laid a severe beating on him, clubbing Foreman with a shotgun. His refined scheme would hit stores, including a Frankford "One Stop Shop" and eventually an Owings Mills PNC Bank branch where another conspirator worked.
A federal judge sentenced that conspirator, Christopher Horton, on Tuesday, bringing an end to a case that saw the FBI take down a crew that was responsible for robberies across the city. Foreman, 34, and his brother, Michael Foreman, were sentenced last Friday.