October 19, 1990


An Annapolis man was charged with possession of cocaine Wednesday after police said he sold the drug to two undercover detectives in Freetown Village.

Roger Harry Scott, 29, of the 1400 block Log Inn Road, was charged with distribution of cocaine and possession of paraphernalia after the 11 p.m.


The police said undercover detectives Wayne Vernon and Mike Chandler were riding through Freetown Village when they were flagged down by a man.

They parked their car on Wenlow Road, and the man asked what they were looking for.

The detectives told the man they wanted a $30 rock of crack cocaine.

The man handed over a small baggie of crack and the detectives arrested him, the police said.


A Glen Burnie woman was robbed Monday by a man who kidnapped her and demanded her jewelry, county police reported.

The police said the woman told officers she was stopped at a red light at the intersection of Westway and Aquahart roads when a man stepped into her van through the unlocked passenger door.

The robber ordered her to drive down the street. After doing so, he told the woman to take off all her jewelry and give it to him, then drive to a gas station so he could make a phone call, the police said.

When the woman pulled into the parking lot of a Sprint Gas and Food Mart on Aquahart Road, the robber got out of the car and the woman drove off.

The police described the robber as a black male about 5 foot 8 inches, weighing 130 pounds. He was wearing a dark green baseball hat, blue jeans and a sweat shirt. The police said the woman's jewelry was valued at about $230.


A Pasadena man was robbed Tuesday outside the Mars store on Ritchie Highway in Glen Burnie.

The police said the man was unloading a company truck filled with candy and cigarettes behind the store at about 10:30 a.m. when two men got into the truck and pointed guns at him.

The robbers forced him to lie face-down in the truck and tied his hands behind his back. They then drove the truck to Ridge Road and German Drive in Hanover, where they unloaded some of the boxes and left the man in back of the truck.

The man stayed in the truck for about 1 hours until a passer-by let him out, the police said.

Police had no description of the robbers.


State police charged a Freetown man with six counts of assault after he chased five school children in Freetown Village yesterday morning, they said.

Reginald Wesley Jackson, 26, of the 7800 block Levy Court, was charged shortly after the 8:30 a.m. incident, said Cpl. Roland Rose.

Rose said the incident began when about five children were walking to school and a man ran out of the woods at the intersection of Freetown and Old Freetown roads.

He made "statements" to the children that scared them, Rose said, and the children began to run away. Rose would not say what the made said to the children.

He continued to chase the children until they ran to a crossing guard.

The man saw the guard and then got into a car and drove away, Rose said.

The crossing guard called police.

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

**Brooklyn Park:

5600 block of Ballman Street: Oct. 16, entry gained through the window.

Nothing taken.

**Glen Burnie:

400 block of Starwood Drive: Oct. 15, entry gained through the dinning room window. Tools taken. Total loss: $900.

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