Man arrested on light rail charged in four burglaries
A Baltimore man suspected in a series of burglaries in Anne Arundel County was arrested Thursday morning after boarding a light rail train without a ticket, county police said.
About 10:25 a.m., an officer walked up to the man and asked for his ticket. When the man could not produce one, the officer arrested him and took him off the train, police said. The man gave the officer several different names, police said.
At the Northern District police station, the man broke free and ran into the woods behind the station, police said.
The officer identified the man through police records and notified Baltimore police, who captured the man after a lengthy foot chase.
David Matthew Declos, 29, of the 400 block of Parrish St. in Southwest Baltimore is charged with burglaries in the county in four outstanding warrants.
Woman with note robs NationsBank branch
Police are seeking a woman who robbed a bank in the Shipley Shopping Center in Linthicum on Thursday afternoon of an undisclosed amount of money, county police said.
The woman walked into the NationsBank in the 200 block of Benton Ave. about 12:40 p.m. and handed a teller a note that read, "Give me $5,000.00, I have a gun and I'll use it."
The teller complied, and the woman left. She was last seen driving a blue Volkswagen van, police said.
Items worth $514 removed from market; police arrest 2
A Baltimore County man and a Pasadena woman were arrested Thursday night in the attempted theft of items worth more than $500 from a Crofton supermarket, county police said.
A security officer at the Giant Food supermarket at 1161 Route 3 North told police he saw a man and woman put items in a shopping cart about 6:40 p.m. The man then pushed the cart out of the store without stopping to pay, police said.
The man returned to the store and repeated the process with an accomplice, police said.
This time the security officer confronted the man, and he ran. The officer detained the woman, while a shopper caught the man, police said.
The shopping cart contained meat, boxes of pain reliever and electrical equipment valued at $428.82. Police searched the woman and found an $85 box of chemical strips used for checking glucose levels in blood, police said.
David Richard Bundons, 33, of the 2400 block of Girdwood Road in Timonium and Jacqueline Yvonne Zebron, 36, of the first block Guy Ave. in Pasadena, were both charged with one count of felony theft.
Annapolis man arrested on cocaine charge
An Annapolis man was arrested Thursday night after officers searched his apartment and found a small amount of suspected crack cocaine and drug paraphernalia, county police said.
Police obtained the search and seizure warrant after complaints and conducting surveillance.
Officers searched the man's apartment at 8:30 p.m., police said.
James Mudrone, 31, of the 2000 block of Harbor Gates Drive was charged with possession of crack cocaine and paraphernalia.
Edgewater girl, 17, charged in theft of 2 lipsticks
A 17-year-old Edgewater girl was arrested Wednesday evening on charges of stealing two lipsticks from a local supermarket, county police said.
Randy Easterling, manager of the Safeway supermarket, told police he saw the girl put two lipsticks into her pants pocket about 8:30 p.m.
Mr. Easterling detained the girl until officers arrived, police said.
The girl was charged as a juvenile with theft and turned over to the custody of her father, police said.