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Trio is sought in stabbing, robbery

A scissors-wielding woman and two men armed with handguns robbed two people on a Brooklyn Park street Thursday in an attack that left one victim with a stab wound in the back, Anne Arundel County police said.

The two people told police they were in the area of Alley 69 and Patrick Henry Drive around 2:30 p.m. when the trio approached them and demanded money. The two men had semi-automatic handguns and the woman had a pair of 8-inch scissors, which she used to stab one of the victims in the lower back, they said.

All suspects fled the scene. The injured person refused medical treatment.

Two robbed in Glen Burnie

Two men and a woman assaulted and robbed two people at gunpoint in Glen Burnie early Friday morning, Anne Arundel County police said.

The couple was in the area of Highland Road and McGowan Avenue about 3:15 a.m. when the men held them up at gunpoint and assaulted them, taking their belongings and fleeing, police said.

Trio flee police, face handgun charges

Two Annapolis men and a Glen Burnie teenager were charged with concealing a deadly weapon after police saw them running away from them early Friday morning, Anne Arundel County police said.

Officers who responded to a report of gunshots in the 300 block of Highland Drive in Glen Burnie about 4 a.m. saw the trio running away, with one of the young men tossing something under a parked car. Police recovered a Fabrique Nationale 9mm handgun. They arrested Adrian L. Williams, Jr. 20, of Parker Avenue, Deon M. Brown, 19, of College Creek Terrace and an unidentified 15-year-old boy.

Odenton man, 23, faces weapons count

An Odenton man was arrested on weapons charges and an outstanding out-of-state warrant after police pulled over his car, Anne Arundel County police said.

Officers who responded to a report of gunshots fired in the area of St. Michaels Circle in Odenton just before 2 a.m. Friday pulled over a car leaving the vicinity. Toriano Dealto Romero Thomas, 23, of St. Michaels Circle, was arrested on the warrant, then officers found a sawed-off shotgun in his car and added a charge of possession of a short barrel shotgun.

A county police spokesman said it wasn't yet clear what the charges on the warrant were.

Man visiting home held in knife threat

A Baltimore man was charged after brandishing a knife at an Annapolis family and threatening to kill them before locking himself in a bathroom, city police said.

Aaron Hebron, 45, was visiting the family on Captain's Circle about 8:30 p.m. Thursday when police said he got into an argument with the relatives and grabbed a seven-inch kitchen knife.

The residents locked themselves in a bedroom and Hebron kicked the door trying to gain entry, saying that he would kill them, police said.

Just before police arrived, Hebron locked himself in the bathroom but came out at the officers' request.

He was charged with first-degree assault and related offenses and was being held at the Jennifer Road Detention Center on $750,000 bond.

Ex-boyfriend held in woman's assault

An Annapolis man was charged with assault after he pushed his ex-girlfriend and kicked her in the head, city police said.

Shaun Wayne Diggs, 27, of Belvedere Court, is accused of going to the 25-year-old woman's home on Captain's Circle about 9 p.m. Tuesday to gather some belongings, then getting into an argument with her.

He pushed the woman into a dining room table, police said, and after she fell to the floor, he kicked her in the head. She managed to get to a telephone, and the suspect fled.

Diggs was arrested two days later and is being held at the Jennifer Road Detention Center on $100,000 bond.

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