Three Men Charged In Carnival Shooting

Police beat

May 29, 1991

Three men have been charged in the shooting of an Odenton man at theOdenton Carnival early yesterday.

William L. Whitt, 21, and William E. Bobb, 29, both of the 1300 block of Annapolis Road, and Brian Heath Harriton, 21, of the 2400 block of Maytime Drive, were charged with assault with intent to murder and handgun violations after a search of the carnival.

The 24-year-old victim -- Timothy W. Allanger, of the 7000 block of Minno Branch Road -- was listed in good condition at North ArundelHospital after being treated for a single gunshot wound to the shoulder.

The police report said the shooting resulted from an argumentat the nearby Skippers Bar.


A 55-year-old Severn woman was attacked and threatened by men who took $5 and identification cards early Sunday morning.

Police said Norma A. Stone of the 8300 block of Flintlock Court was waiting at a corner for a ride to work at 4:40 a.m. when two men, about 5 feet 6 inches tall, grabbed her in a choke hold and held "something sharp" to her neck. Stone was forced to lie on her stomach and the suspects

threatened to kill her before running away with her purse.


Police arrested a 15-year-old Severn boy and charged him with drug possession, assault and resisting arrest Friday afternoon.

Two informants tipped police that the boy, who was loitering near the Pioneer Food Store at Pioneer and Reece Road, had "a large amount of cocaine."

Police said the boy was carrying 20 pieces of crack cocaine and $546.


A Lothian man was listed in good condition Sunday morning after being shot in the buttocks after being told to "chill out" by his attacker.

Raymond M. Hardy, 27, told county police he was attackedby a man who was with a group of people near his home at the Lyon's Creek Trailer Park.

Hardy escaped the group but was confronted by the same man when he returned.

Police said the man told Hardy "to chill out," and Hardy said he wouldn't, and the man shot him. Hardy was treated for a gunshot wound at Calvert Memorial Hospital in PrinceFrederick and was listed in good condition.

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