first_imgRaymon Carter faces 20 years in prison if found guilty. (Photo/Baltimore Police Department)Raymon Carter, 24, was indicted by a Federal grand jury on July 22nd. He was charged with starting the fire at the CVS Pharmacy at the intersection of Penn and North in West Baltimore.The image of the burning CVS dominated the news coverage of riots following the death of Freddie Gray in police custody. Hundreds of business were devastated and the Small Business Administration estimates that there is at least $9 million worth of damage throughout the city. The cost to Baltimore in lost tourism revenues is projected to be even higher.Volunteers working to clean up the CVS at Penn and North after it burned during the riots. (Photo by Kamau High)“Federal law enforcement agencies are working closely with local police and prosecutors to investigate crimes committed during the Baltimore riots,” said U.S. Attorney Rod Rosenstein, in a statement.The CVS was looted and burned on April 27. In late May, federal agents released surveillance images of a suspect in the fire and announced $10,000 reward.Carter is facing up to 20 years in prison if found guilty.last_img read more