Teens Arrested On Auto Theft Charges

Police beat

May 15, 1991

Police have arrested three teen-agers and are searching for a fourthyouth in connection with the thefts of five cars from parking lots at Marley Station mall, Chesapeake High School and other locations.

Two of the boys, 14 and 15, are from South Baltimore. A 16-year-old boy lives in Pasadena. The other boy's address is unknown. They were all charged with as juveniles with auto theft.

The boys are charged with the following auto thefts:

* March 12: A 1988 Pontiac Trans Am stolen from the Glen Burnie Mall. It is owned by Cherie Morgan, 900 block of Phillips Road, Arnold.

* March 13: A 1987 Pontiac Trans Am stolen from the Marley Station Mall. It is owned by Barbara Chomet, 700 block of 8th Street, Pasadena.

* March 13: Recovered a 1990 Honda stolen from Baltimore and found in Bloody Ponds in Brooklyn. The car, owned by Diane Daiutola, 800 block ofWilliams Street, Baltimore, had been burned

* March 14: A 1978 Pontiac Trans Am stolen from the Marley Station mall. It is owned by Ronald Nelson, 400 block of 3rd Avenue, Glen Burnie.

* March 14: A 1985 Pontiac Fiero stolen from Chesapeake High School. It is owned by Joseph Hodski, 7700 block of Lee Drive, Pasadena.


A 21-year-old Odenton man was charged with assault after a fight Saturday night in which he is accused of going after his brother and a police officer with a knife.

Vaugh Holton, of the 1600 block of Annapolis Road, was charged with two counts of assault.

A police report says Officer Dennis Stackewicz was called to the home and saw two men fighting in the yard. The fight then moved inside to the kitchen, where the man was threatening his brother, AdamTerrell, with a 4-inch steak knife.

When Stackewicz got into the kitchen, the report says, Holton charged toward the officer and refused to drop the knife.

"The suspect . . . advised me he would injure me as well," Stackewicz wrote in the report, adding that the man then turned toward his brother and raised his right hand and the knife.

"As the suspect raised his arm, I attempted to execute deadly force by striking the suspect on the head (with a nightstick)," the report says.

The report says the man was not injured, although he did request treatment after arriving at the police station.


An 80-year-old Gambrills woman has told police that two of her son's friends bilked her out of more than $23,000 by intimidating her and saying they had protected her son while he was in prison.

No arrests have been made in the case.

"She advised that she did not realize what was happening when (the men) had her writing checks and making withdrawals from her savings account," the report says.

The reports say that one of the men had shared a cell with the woman's son. "(The son) apparently trusted (the man) and sent him to help his mother, who walks with a cane and has a hard time doing things around the house," the report says.

The woman told police that she gave the men checks for thousands of dollars. "On April 29, (the men) got (the woman) intoxicated on vodka and drove her to Ocean City where the men bought her a ring and a watch," the report says. "(The victim's daughter) advised that they looked like they came from a Cracker Jack box, but the victim was very pleased with them."

The reports says the woman then gave the men an additional $10,000.

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