Accident injures Jes sup man, 81
A Jessup man suffered suffered serious injuries when he lost control of his station wagon and struck a truck in Glen Burnie, Anne Arundel County police said yesterday.
Paul Carroll Marshall, 81, was heading southbound on Furnace Branch Road in his 1986 Chevrolet Celebrity about 11 a.m. Monday when he failed to negotiate a curve near the intersection with Baltimore Annapolis Boulevard, police said.
The car collided with a box truck driven by Robert M. Ruth, 62, of York, Pa., which was making a U-turn from southbound Baltimore Annapolis Boulevard. Marshall, of the 200 block of Horseshoe Circle, sustained injuries to his head and neck and was listed yesterday in critical and stable condition at Baltimore Washington Medical Center.
The investigation is continuing.
Glen Burnie man ar rested after raid
A Glen Burnie man was arrested on weapons and drug charges after police raided his home, where drug activity had been reported, Anne Arundel County police said yesterday.
Police said they seized a .45-caliber handgun, a 9 mm handgun, a .25-caliber handgun and a small quantity of crack cocaine and marijuana from the home in the 300 block of Lindera Court.
Lamotte Timothy Johnson, 20, was charged with possession of marijuana, crack cocaine and drug paraphernalia, three counts of illegal possession of a firearm and illegal possession of ammunition.
An unidentified juvenile was also charged with possession of marijuana.
Pizza delivery driver robbed
A pizza delivery driver was beaten and robbed as he dropped off an order in Maryland City, Anne Arundel County police said.
The victim, who works for Pizza Time, was returning to his vehicle on the 200 block of Federalsburg South about 7:20 p.m. Monday when five young men approached and began to assault him. He handed them an undisclosed amount of money, and the robbers fled on foot.
4 teens suspected in 2 robberies
County police are looking for four teenagers suspected of robbing two groups of people within 35 minutes in Glen Burnie late Friday and early Saturday.
The first attack occurred shortly before midnight when a group of teenagers approached two men at Stiemly and North Thompson roads. Police said the teens asked the men whether they had any money, then assaulted them and robbed them of cash and property.
Police said the victims were not seriously injured.
About 12:30 a.m., police said, three males were robbed by four teenagers near Fitzallen and Amberly roads. The victims told police that at least one of the men had a gun.
Police said they think the two robberies are related.
Curtis Bay teen charged in assault
A Curtis Bay teenager has been charged with assault after another teen was shot with a flare gun, Anne Arundel County police said.
The 16-year-old youth suffered injuries to his shoulder in the incident about 2:20 p.m. Thursday on the 200 block of Sycamore Road.
The victim and witnesses identified the teenager, who was picked up by the Yard Police at the Curtis Bay Coast Guard yard in the 2400 block of Hawkins Point Road.
Matthew Stephen Miller, 17, of the 1600 block of Spruce Street, was charged as an adult with first- and second-degree assault and reckless endangerment.
Man with knife robs pharmacy
A Pasadena pharmacy has been robbed at knifepoint, Anne Arundel County police said.
The robber entered the Rite-Aid at 8941 Fort Smallwood Road about 9 p.m. Sunday, pulled out a knife and demanded money from the cash register. The clerk handed over an undisclosed amount of money, and the robber fled. He was described as white, in his mid-20s, about 5 feet, 10 inches tall, stocky and with a mustache, and wearing a green winter jacket with fur around the hood and faded blue jeans.
Odenton Dunkin Do nuts robbed
Two men robbed an Odenton Dunkin Donuts, Anne Arundel County police said.
An employee of the store at 8743 Piney Orchard Parkway said two men entered the office through the back door around 9:30 p.m. Jan. 10 and demanded money. The employee put an undisclosed amount of cash into an envelope and gave it to the suspect. Both robbers fled on foot.
Woman victim of carjacking
A woman leaving a Glen Burnie restaurant was the victim of a carjacking by two men wearing skeleton masks, Anne Arundel County police said.
The victim said she was getting into her car outside the Golden Corral, at 6701 Chesapeake Center Drive, about 8:20 p.m. Thursday when two young men approached and told her to lie on the ground. They took her vehicle keys and fled.
Man sought in theft of 20 tires
Police are looking for an Annapolis man wanted in the theft of more than 20 tires from outside an automotive shop.
Walter Joaquin Livramento, 44, whose last known address was in the 600 block of Severn Island Court, is being sought on charges of theft, auto theft and related offenses in the Jan. 9 incident.
He and another man, who has not been identified, are accused of fleeing from the scene in a gold van that was recovered, with the tires inside, in the 200 block of Gross Ave.
Anyone with knowledge of Livramento's whereabouts is asked to call police at 410-268-4141.
Man charged with check forgery
A Crownsville man has been arrested and charged with passing checks that he had printed on his home computer, Annapolis police said.
A teller at the M&T; Bank branch at 2027 Somerville Road called police about noon Monday when a man tried to deposit into his account three "suspicious-looking" checks from businesses totaling $1,485.
Stephen Christopher Silbert, 41, of Sherwood Forest was arrested and charged with forgery and related offenses, said police.
Man charged with credit card theft
An Annapolis man has been charged with using a stolen credit card to buy cigarettes, and police say he is a suspect in other cases of credit card theft.
Thomas Alexander Hicks, 42, of Madison Street was arrested Thursday after a clerk at the Royal Farms store at 424 Sixth St. in Eastport alerted police.
Officers who arrested him said they recovered other credit cards that had been stolen in a recent residential burglary in Annapolis, then used fraudulently at multiple businesses. Hicks was charged with burglary and theft.
Annapolis man charged in robbery
An Annapolis man has been charged with robbing a gas station patron at gunpoint, city police said.
Joseph Preston Holland, 47, of the 1100 block of Frederick Douglas St. is accused of approaching a Crows Nest Court resident about 2:40 a.m. Sunday on the lot of a gas station and convenience store at 1207 Forest Drive.
Police said the robber placed a handgun against the victim's head and demanded his money. The victim gave the man about $25, and the robber fled on foot.
Using the victim's description of the robber, police found Holland in the 1300 block of Tyler Ave., and he was identified by the victim. Holland was charged with robbery and related offenses.
Woman beaten; ex-boyfriend charged
An Annapolis man has been charged with beating and tying his ex-girlfriend to her bed for more than 24 hours, city police said.
A 21-year-old resident of the 700 block of Newtowne Drive told police Sunday that her ex-boyfriend came to her home about 1 p.m. Friday, started an argument, choked her and kicked her repeatedly.
She said he tied her arms and legs to the bed frame with shoelaces and kept her there from about 1 p.m. Friday to noon Saturday, when she freed herself and called police when he fell asleep.
Shane Somerville, 24, of Carver Street was arrested and charged with first-degree assault, false imprisonment and related offenses.
Youths charged with drug possession
Two students at an Annapolis school for troubled youths have been charged with drug possession after marijuana was tossed around a classroom, city police said. A resource officer called to the room at J. Albert Adams Academy on Clay Street about noon Thursday quelled the disturbance and found that the items being thrown were wadded-up pieces of tissue with the drugs inside. The students, ages 11 and 13, were arrested.
$6,000 in supplies missing
An Eastport maritime business in the 200 block of Eastern Ave. reported on the theft of over $6,000 in nautical instruments and supplies, city police said. The theft occurred between Dec. 17 and Jan 10, when it wasdiscovered during an inventory.