WOMAN IS ROBBED at cash machine
A 36-year-old Harwood woman was robbed Monday night as she stood at a bank machine in Annapolis.
County police said the woman was making a deposit at the machine in the 2300 block of Forest Drive when the robber came up behind her, grabbed her by the hair and threw her to the ground.
The woman struggled, but the robber took the woman's wallet, which contained credit cards but no money.
The man left in a red Pontiac Firebird with Maryland license plates.
The police described the robber as a white man about 19, with long blond hair, wearing blue jeans and a blue jacket.
BOATS BURGLARIZED at Smith's Marina
Ten boats in a Crownsville marina were broken into Saturday, county police reported.
The police said the boats were docked at Smith's Marina in the 500 block of Ridgley Road when vandals removed the weatherproof covers and took miscellaneous property, such as clothes, radios, flares and rope.
Investigators said they had four suspects, but no one has been charged.
MAN IS BADLY HURT in fight outside bar
An Arnold man was seriously injured Sunday during a fight outside a Severna Park bar.
The police said Thomas Brian Schmitt, 24, of the 300 block Valley Court, was taken to the Maryland Shock Trauma Center at University Hospital in Baltimore by state police helicopter, where he was in guarded condition yesterday.
Investigators said Schmitt was escorted out of Clark's Saloon in Severna Park Mall by a bouncer when a fight broke out between the bouncer and several of Schmitt's friends.
The police said blood was running out of Schmitt's head, but they could not determine how he hit his head.
Jeffery James Schmitt, 26, of the 300 block Valley Stream Road in Severna Park, was arrested for disorderly intoxication.
He told officers his brother could have been kicked in the head by someone in the crowd.
MAN IS ARRESTED on cocaine charge
County police have charged a Landover man with possession with intent to distribute cocaine after police arrested him on other criminal warrants in Severn Friday.
Tyson L. Logan, 18, of the 2500 block Markham Road, was charged after Officer Samuel Sweet saw him riding in a taxi cab, recognized him and checked to see if there were any outstanding warrants.
Sweet found that Logan had two outstanding warrants and stopped the cab.
Logan threw a folded piece of paper that contained three "rocks" of crack out the window, police said. After searching the man, Sweet found $46 in food stamps and $311 in cash, police said.
A compilation of some of the crimes reported to Anne Arundel County police and state police: CROWNSVILLE:
1000 block Generals Highway: Nov. 17, entry gained through the basement door. Appliances taken. Total loss: Unknown.