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December 12, 1990

WENDY'S MANAGER FORCED INTO ICEBOX

A man with a gun robbed the Wendy's restaurant in Millersville early yesterday morning.

The police said the robber confronted the night manager of the restaurant as she was leaving at about 2 a.m. and forced her back into the restaurant.

He ordered her to open the safe and give him the money. The manager gave the robber the money and he forced her into a walk-in refrigerator.

The man piled several boxes outside the door before leaving. The manager managed to push her way out the door and called the police.

The robber was described as a black male in his mid-20s and about 6 feet tall. He was wearing a ski mask, blue jacket and blue jeans.

SEVERN MAN CHARGED IN MEADE VILLAGE RAPE

County police have charged a Severn man with rape after police said he broke into a home Monday.

Lyndon James Moton, 25, of the 1600 block Graybird Court, also was charged with carrying a deadly weapon and burglary.

The police said officers were called to a home in the 8100 block of Meade Village Road twice late Sunday night to break up fights between a woman and her boyfriend.

During the second visit, the boyfriend left the home. At about 8:30 a.m.

Monday, police say the woman's boyfriend broke into the home. After chasing another man out of the house with a knife, police say he beat and raped his 25-year-old girlfriend.

Laurel:

3500 block Leslie Way: Dec. 7, entry gained through the front door. Unknown property taken.

Crownsville:

1600 block of Wyatts Ridge Road: Dec. 6, entry gained through the sliding glass door. Jewelry taken. Total loss: Unknown.

Glen Burnie:

7800 block of Tall Pines Court: Dec. 8, entry gained through the front window. Blankets and pillows taken. Total loss: $60.

7900 block of Roxbury Drive: Dec. 4. Jewelry taken.

Odenton:

2000 block of Sentry Circle: Dec. 6, entry gained through the front door.

Liquor taken. Total loss: $200.

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