Police beat

Police beat

September 28, 1990


robbed Wednesday

A gunman robbed a High's convenience store in Millersville Wednesday night, getting away with an undermined amount of money.

Police say the man walked into the store, in the 500 block of Old Mill Road, at about 8:50 p.m. and told a clerk, "This is a robbery, I want your money."

Police say the clerk laughed, then the man showed her his gun. The clerk gave him money and the man rode away in a small white car driven by another man. Police are still investigating.


Wednesday morning

A 21-year-old man told police he was beaten and robbed Wednesday morning on Townsend Avenue in Brooklyn.

At about 5:30 a.m., police had a report of a badly beaten man walking on Townsend Avenue near First Street. A police report says the man did not speak English and was "highly intoxicated."

The officer drove the man to a hospital, where the officer learned through a Spanish interpreter that the man had been robbed of $400 by someone who had punched and kicked him in the face, then took his money, shoes and hat.

The victim could not give police a description of the assailant.


at Meade Village

A 27-year-old New York man was charged last Friday with possession of drugs with intent to distribute after police arrested him near Meade Village.

Reginald Edward Walker of Brooklyn, N.Y., was arrested at 2 p.m. Sept. 21 by the career criminal unit in the 1600 block of Meade Circle Road, following a drug investigation.

Police say they found 49 bags of crack cocaine with a street value of $5,000.

The following is a compilation of some of the crimes reported to Anne Arundel County police and to state police:


100 block M. Jennifer Road: Sept. 24, entry gained through rear door; nothing taken.

100 block K. Jennifer Road: Sept. 24, entry gained through rear door of a maternity store; cash and clothes taken; total loss, $6,500


1700 block Swinburne Avenue: Sept. 25, entry gained through rear window; VCR, television and watch taken; total loss undetermined.

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