Glen Burnie Woman Abducted, Molested

Police briefs

May 26, 1991

A 22-year-old Glen Burnie woman was abducted from a bank parking lotThursday afternoon and sexually assaulted after being driven to Baltimore, police said.

The victim was getting into her car near the Bank of Glen Burnie at 1:30 p.m. when a man asked her for a ride to Brooklyn.

Police said the victim refused and began to shut her door. The man pushed his way into the driver's seat, forcing the woman to the other side of the car, and drove to Baltimore.

During the drive, police say the man took the woman's money and grabbed her breasts.

Theman pulled over on Potee Street and Reedbird Avenue, left the car and walked toward the Cherry Hill area.

The woman drove to Harbor Hospital for help.


A 19-year-oldSevern man's right leg was partially severed Thursday afternoon after being run over by a lawn mower.

Raymond Edward Maxie, of the 7900 block of Tower Court, was operating a tractor mower on Baltimore Gas & Electric Co. property

at the end of Four Seasons Road in Gambrills when he apparently fell off the tractor.

Police say Maxie wasrun over by the tractor and the mower blades. He was flown to Maryland Shock Trauma Center at University Hospital in Baltimore, where he is listed in serious but stable condition.

Maxie, who was working for McNeal Contractors, was treated for a broken left thigh bone and a partially amputated right leg.


Police arrested a Virginia man at gunpoint Thursday in Friendship Park as he tried to escape arrest on suspicion of a sexual assault on a police officer.

Police say Officer Thomas Torrence, working undercover in the park about 11:45 a.m., began a conversation with a man and was invited to sit in his car.

Police say the man reached over and grabbed Torrence's groin.

Torrence told the man he was under arrest, left the car and walked to the driver's side.

Policesay the man started the car and put it in gear. Torrence tried to jump into the driver's side and made repeated attempts to stop the car.

Police say the man drove about 300 feet, dragging Torrence while trying to push the officer off the car and brush him against a woodenbarrier.

Police say another officer working in the area ran alongside the car, drew his service revolver and ordered the car to stop. Torrence was not injured.

Douglas Oakley Lee, 43, of the 6100 block of Vine Forest Court, Falls Church, Va., was charged with fourth-degree sexual offense, assault, battery and resisting arrest.

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