Shooting Said To Be Domestic Dispute

Police beat

April 17, 1991

A 24-year-old Annapolis man was shot in the neck Monday night duringwhat police believe was a domestic argument.

David Beavers of the200 block Gross Avenue, was in good condition yesterday at Anne Arundel Medical Center with a gunshot wound in his neck, Annapolis policesaid.

The 6:30 p.m. shooting occurred outside an apartment building on Bowman Court.

Officer Dermott Hickey, police spokesman, said investigators have a suspect but refused to release the person's name.

Hickey said investigators are unclear about the details of the shooting.

Another man, Norman Dorsey, a Georgia resident, was injured when he was hit in the head with the butt of the gun, Hickey said.

He was treated and released from Anne Arundel Medical Center.


A 28-year-old Brooklyn Park woman told police she was assaulted by a man who told her he would "cut her up" early Sunday morning.

County police said the woman was trying to make a phone call from a pay phone at the intersection of Mountain and Solley roads in Pasadena at about 2:50 a.m. when a man in a lightbrown Chevrolet Camaro pulled up.

He asked the woman if she wanted a ride and she refused.

He jumped out of his car and grabbed her, telling her he was going to cut her, something he said he had done before.

When a truck drove by, the man let her go and then he got back in his car an drove away.

Police said the man never showed her a knife.

The man is described as a white man, about 25, 6 feet tall, weighing 190 pounds.

He had brown shoulder-length hair and was wearing jeans and a white shirt.


County police are looking for the man who posed as a police officer and searched two men in Glen Burnie Monday.

Two Glen Burnie residents told police they were stopped by a man who said he wasa police officer on Warwickshire Lane at about 8 p.m.

The man ordered the two to put their hands on their heads and then searched them.

Police said the man had a 9mm handgun but never pointed it at the pair. After searching the men, he left.

Police described the manas black, about 25, 6 feet 2 inches tall, weighing 160 pounds.

Hehad a thin build and was wearing a red sweat shirt with white letters that read "Anne Arundel Community College."


Two trash can fires in Edgewater Saturday are believed to be the work of an arsonist, county police reported.

At about 2:30 a.m., a woman told police she was driving near the 400 block Londontown Road when she saw a youth standing next to a garbage can.

As she drove by, the can caught on fire and the boy ran toward Longwood Road.

A few minutes later, police found another trash can fire in the 1700 block of Longwood Road.

Police described the youth as white, about 15, wearing a red baseball cap and a black jacket.


First block of Acorn Drive: April 11, entry gained through the door. Jewelry taken. Loss: Unknown.

2500 block of Riva Road:April 14, entry gained through the door. Money taken. Loss: $1,000.


1200 block Dorothy Road: April 10, entry gained through the door. Nothing taken.

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