Police Blotter is a sampling of crimes from police reports in Anne Arundel County.
Theft: A Severna Park man reported that wooden planks he said were worth almost $13,000 were stolen from his Glen Burnie store between February and Wednesday.
Burglary: A Honda all-terrain vehicle was stolen Wednesday from a shed in the 900 block of Blackiston Court, Glen Burnie.
Burglary: Three ATVs were stolen from a shed in the 600 block of New Jersey Ave., Glen Burnie. The vehicles were worth $5,000.
Stabbing: Police are looking for a man who stabbed another man Tuesday in the 300 block of Gatewater Court in Glen Burnie. The assailant jumped from a hiding place in bushes and stabbed the victim in the lower right side of his abdomen.
Dog bite: A woman reported being bitten by a brown dog named Jax Wednesday morning on a parking lot in the 7300 block of Ritchie Highway in Glen Burnie.
Arrests: Annapolis police arrested three people after raiding a townhouse on Juliana Circle Thursday. All three were charged with weapons and drug-related violations. Police said they confiscated a stolen handgun, about 100 grams of cocaine worth almost $10,000 and 3.3 grams of marijuana.
Burglary: A man called police after noticing that his ladder was leaning against the back of a nearby house in the 7500 block of Baleen Court in Severn on June 8. A second-story window, the back door and the back gate of the house were open. Police checked the house and noticed that two television sets appeared to be missing.
Theft: A Severn man reported Tuesday that someone hacked into his eBay account, changed his user name and password, and made a $151 purchase between August and November. The account has been closed.
Robbery: Police have released photos from a security camera of a man armed with a rifle who robbed a 7-Eleven store on Ritchie Highway near Pasadena on June 2. Anyone with information about the incident can call the Anne Arundel County robbery unit at 410-222-3432.
Trespassing: Police arrested a 15-year-old Washington boy for trespassing at the Muvico Egyptian movie theater at Arundel Mills on June 12. The boy was taken to the Western District station.
Theft: A Lothian woman reported that someone broke into the rear of her mobile home, disabled her alarm system and stole a plastic soda bottle that contained about $30 in pennies, police said.
Tobacco citation: Police issued a tobacco citation to a 17-year-old Edgewater boy during a traffic stop Thursday. A copy of the citation was sent to the boy's parents.