Police beat

Police beat

November 18, 1990

MAN WHO TRIED TO LURE BOY INTO VAN SOUGHT

County police are looking for a man who tried to lure a 14-year-old boy into a van near the Crofton Library Wednesday afternoon.

A police report says the man had followed the boy from inside the library's bathroom to the parking lot. The boy ran away from the man and called the police.

The boy told officers the man was watching him urinate by peering over an enclosed stall. The boy left the bathroom and the library and headed toward a nearby store.

In the parking lot, the man came up to the boy and said, "You look nice," the police report says. When the boy came out of the store, the man, who was now driving a white van, pulled up next to the boy and said, "Get in." The boy then ran to the library and called his parents.

Police are looking for a white man, 39 to 45, 5 feet 8, with medium build and short dark brown hair, fair complexion, wearing a brown jacket, a plaid flannel shirt, blue jeans and white tennis shoes.

ESCAPEE ARRESTED ON DRUG CHARGES

A man who escaped from a Calvert County jail was arrested on drug charges Thursday night following a police sting operation in Freetown Village in Pasadena.

Anthony Darnell Chisley, 20, of the 7800 block Levy Court, Freetown, was charged with distribution of drugs, possession of drugs and possession of drug paraphernalia at about 8:15 p.m. Thursday after detectives parked on Levy Court said they purchased $40 worth of crack cocaine from him.

Police say Chisley also was a fugitive from Washington and was wanted on unspecified charges in Prince George's County.

ANNAPOLIS

20 block Hudson St.: Tuesday, Nov. 13; entry gained through back window. Radio and telephone taken. Total loss: $860.

GLEN BURNIE

600 block Charney Court: Monday, Nov. 12; entry gained through front door. Money, jewelry taken. Total loss: $290.

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