Two Men Try To Rob Clauss' Liquor Store

Police beat

January 23, 1991

County police are looking for the two men who tried to rob a Glen Burnie liquor store Thursday.

Police said the pair entered the Clauss' Liquor Store in the 600 block of Crain Highway and bought a miniature bottle of whiskey.

When the cashier opened the register, one of the robbers pulled out a gun and put his hand in the cash drawer.

When the clerk reached behind the counter to get his gun, the robbers ran out of the store.

Police described the first man as black, about 5 feet 8 inches tall and about 160 pounds. He was wearing a tan hat and armed with anautomatic handgun.

The second robber was described only as a black man.


An Edgewater woman was robbed Monday in the parking lot of Parole Plaza, county police reported.

Police said the woman was walking from the parking lot to the Shell station at about 1 p.m. when a man walked up from behind.

Police described the robber as black, in his early 20s, about 6 feettall with a thin build and short hair. He was wearing blue jeans anda blue sports jacket.


County police confiscated crack cocaine and $335 from a man in Meade Village on Thursday.

Police said two officers were on patrol in the 1600 block of Circle Road when they saw a man and a woman arguing.

Thewoman was hanging out of a window of a home and spraying something on the man's car. The two continued to argue and the woman came out ofthe house.

When the man began threatening her with a pole, the officers ordered him to drop it and get on the ground.

After searching the man, police found two rocks of crack and the money.

The mantold police the drugs and money did not belong to him.

Jerimiah Wannamaker, 18, of the 4400 block G Street in Washington, D.C., was charged with possession of cocaine.


Four rifles were stolen Thursday from a Glen Burnie home, county police reported.

The police said the thief broke into thehome in the 600 Opel Road and stole the guns from a closet.

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