Man With A Shotgun Holds Up Restaurant

Police beat

February 07, 1991

A man with a sawed-off shotgun robbed a Brooklyn Park restaurant Tuesday, county police reported.

The police said the robber walked into the restaurant, in the 5000 block of Ritchie Highway, about 10:30 p.m. and demanded money.

He ordered the employees into the office and told the manager to open the safe, then took the money and left.

Police described the man as black, about 25 years old, with a thin build and short hair.

He was wearing a blue baseball cap and a white shirt with blue sleeves.


A Domino's Pizza deliveryman was robbed Sunday outside a Pasadena apartment building.

Thepolice said the deliveryman had just taken a pizza to an apartment at 9:54 p.m. when a man came around the corner and demanded money.

The deliveryman gave him $27 and the robber walked away.

Police described the robber as a black man, about 5 feet 8 inches tall, wearing a red ski mask and a black leather jacket.


A Glen Burnie man was charged with possession of PCP after an officer found him with the drug last week, county police reported.

David Lee Peryma, 23, of the 7400 block of Furnace Branch Road, also was charged with possession with intent to distribute PCP in connection with the Jan. 28 incident.

County police said that, at 12:08 a.m., officers on patrol saw a group of men standing in the parking lot of the Shell gas station at the intersection of 5th Avenue and Crain Highway in Glen Burnie.

The men appeared to be negotiating. The officers walked up to one of the men and noticed a strongchemical smell. The man's eyes were red and his balance seemed unsteady, county police said.

The man told the officers that the other men were trying to sell a the car for $150.

The man told the officers he could search his pockets for drugs. After finding no drugs inthe pockets, the officers asked the man to reach into his pants and get the drugs out.

Police said they confiscated 8.6 grams of PCP in there bags.


A county roadcrew working in a wooded area off Shot Town Road in Annapolis found part of a human skeleton yesterday afternoon.

County police Sgt. Thomas Suit said the crew first found the skull at about noon and called police.

Investigators searched the area and found some other bones and believe there were more under the brush in the area.

Suit said investigators did not know the sex of the skeleton or the cause of death.

The bones will be sent to the state medical examiner's office in Baltimore, he said.


County fire investigators were looking for the cause of a fire that destroyed an Arnold home yesterday afternoon.

Fire department spokesman Lt. Gary Sheckells said when firefighters arrived, they found the house in the 1800 block of Grafton Lane completely engulfed inflames.

The county Red Cross was called to help the family relocate, he said. There were no injuries.

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