Annapolis Man Robbed By Convenience Store

Police

April 26, 1991

An Annapolis man was robbed Thursday outside a Glen Burnie convenience store, county police reported.

Police said the man was using a pay phone outside of the Dash In store on Quarterfield Road at about 1 a.m. when the robber hit him. He took about $20 from the man.

The victim drove to Pioneer City and was taken to North Arundel Hospital, where he was treated and released.

The man could not provide police with a description of the robber.

MAN CHARGED WITH DRUGS POSSESSION

A Prince George's County man was charged with possessionof marijuana after police said they found the drug Sunday.

Edwin Carrasquillo, 21, of the 7300 block of Powhatan Street in Lanham, also was charged with possession of paraphernalia.

County police saidofficers saw a man sitting in a car outside the Sierra Club on Dorsey Road at about 12:30 a.m.

Police said the officers saw him light something and smoke from it. The officers questioned the man and seized a pipe and a small bag of marijuana, police said.

The followingbreak-ins have been reported to county police:

Annapolis:

1000block of Cape St. Claire Road: April 24, entry gained through the door. Money taken. Total loss: $500.

Edgewater:

1800 block of Shore Road: April 1, entry gained through the window. Jewelry taken. Total loss: $560.

3900 block of Dogwood Terrace: April 8. Unknown property taken.

3100 block of Old Solomons Island Road: April 24, entry gained through the door. Unknown property taken.

Glen Burnie:

1300 block of Tarrant Road: April 24, entry gained through the door. Nothing taken.

Hanover:

7200 block of Forest Avenue: April 14, entry gained through the door. Unknown property taken.

Pasadena:

First block of Holly Road: April 23, entry gained through the door. Nothing taken.

3600 block of Robin-Air Court: April 23, entry gained through door. Camera equipment taken. Total loss: Unknown.

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