Police beat

Police beat

October 11, 1990


County police are looking for a man who robbed the Wendy's restaurant in Glen Burnie Monday.

Police said a man entered the restaurant in the 6900 of Ritchie Highway at about 7:41 a.m. and gave the clerk a note demanding money.

The clerk gave the robber money, and the robber left.

Police did not provide a description of the robber.


A man with a gun robbed the Big Red gas station in Pasadena Sunday, county police reported.

Police said the robber walked into the station in the 100 block of Sloan Lane at 5:40 p.m. and demanded money.

After getting the money, the robber forced the clerk into a rear room, where he tied her to a chair with speaker wire.

The police described the robber as black, about 25 or 30 years old, wearing jeans and a T-shirt.


County police confiscated three grams of cocaine after raiding a home in Glen Burnie Tuesday.

Seven people were arrested after police raided the home in the 8200 block of Crab Apple Court. Besides the cocaine, police also seized $380 in cash.

Katherine L. Hooper, 51, and Robin Ruth, 29, both of the 8200 block Crab Apple Court, were charged with distribution of cocaine and possession of cocaine.

Hooper was also charged with maintaining a common nuisance.

Jay Ellis, 27, of Rockingham N.C., and Patrick Dyer, 23, of Millersville, were charged with possession of paraphernalia. Nelson Padinha, 23, of the 100 block Chesapeake Mobile Court in Hanover; Grady Davis, 32, of the 1400 block Watts Avenue in Severn; and Sherie Boyer, 28, of Glen Burnie all were charged with possession of cocaine.

* The following break-ins have been reported to county police:

Glen Burnie:

6700 block of Ritchie Highway: Oct. 7, entry gained through the door.

Nothing taken.

100 block of Faywood Drive: Oct. 1, entry gained through the window.

Clothes taken. Total loss: $100.


200 block of Linda Avenue: Oct. 9, entry gained through the kitchen door. Unknown property taken.

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