Four Men Arrested In Friendship Park

Police beat

May 14, 1991

County police detectives charged three men with trespassing and a fourth with sexually assaulting a police officer in Friendship Park Friday.

Gary Alan Fisher, 51, of Eatontown, N.J.; Harry Leroy Kellogg, 50, of Glen Burnie, and Terry Jon Ryder, 30, of Baltimore, were charged with trespassing after police found them in the Glen Burnie Park. Donald Thomas Clark, 40, of Glen Burnie, was charged with a fourth-degree sex offense, police said.

County police said the park is often used as a meeting place for men who trade sexual favors. Undercover detectives have been working at the park since April and have made about a dozen arrests.


Two Pasadena women were charged with possession with intent to distribute PCP after police said they foundthe drug in their car Saturday.

Nancy Jane Knight, 32, of the 9200 block of Fort Smallwood Road, and Vicky Lynn Baranovic, 33, of the 200 block Wanda Road, were arrested after investigators received information that they were transporting the drug.

Detectives spotted their car on Wanda Road near Bay Road. They stopped the car and seized2 ounces of liquid PCP with a street value of $700.


A Glen Burnie man was beaten and robbed Saturday morning after two men forced their way into his car.

County police said the victim was stopped at a traffic light at the intersection of Route 170 and Ritchie Highway at 6 a.m. when two men forced their way into his car through the passenger door.

The robbers demanded money while beating him with a steel pipe and wooden cane. The victim drove his car across the county line and into Baltimore before stopping in the oncoming lane of Hanover Street.

He got out of the car and began running. The robbers caught up with him and continued to beat him. They took his wallet and wedding ring and then ran away.

The victim was treated and released from North Arundel Hospital.


A cab driver was robbed Friday after picking up a fare in Glen Burnie.

At about 1:30 p.m., police said, the driver picked a man up at the Shell station on Hospital Drive andasked to be taken to Nolpark Court. Once at that address, he placed a sharp object against the driver's neck and demanded money.

Police described the robber as a black man in his late 20s, about 6 feet tall and 180 pounds. He was wearing a maroon sweat shirt with a hood, blue shorts and white tennis shoes.


County police were still looking yesterday for the man who robbed three jewelry store employees making a bank deposit Saturday.

Police said three employees of Kay Jewelers, in the 6700 block of Ritchie Highway, were making a nighttime deposit at a bank in the Glen Burnie Mall when a gunman approached.

After being given the money, the man was seen running through the mall.

Police described therobber as a black man, about 5-foot-11 and wearing blue jeans.

The following break-ins have been reported to county police:


1300 block Cape St. Claire Road: May 11, entry gained through the window. Money taken. Loss: $50.


1800 block N. Forest Court: May 9, entry gained through the door. Nothing taken.


700 block of Evergreen Road: May 9. Unknown property taken.

Glen Burnie:

1400 block of Baltimore-Annapolis Boulevard: May 10, entry gained through the window. Appliances taken. Loss $3,200.

7400 block of Ritchie Highway: May 10, entry gained through the door. Money taken. Loss $635.

7500 block of Ritchie Highway: May 9, entry gained through the door. Money taken. Loss Unknown.

1000 block of Langley Road: May 10, entry gained through the door. Television taken. Loss $1,000.

7800 block of Cheverly Lane: May 9, entry gained through the door. Money taken. Loss $1,000.

First block of Phyllis Drive: May 10, entry gained through the door. Money and jewelry taken. Loss $1,000.

900 block of Blakistone Road: May 10. Nothing taken.

1100 block of Cedarcliff Drive: May 9, entry gained through the door. Money taken. Loss $300.

Severna Park:

200 block ofOld County Road: May 10, entry gained through the window. Liquor taken. Loss $40.

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