Man Robs Store On Crain Highway

Police beat

June 27, 1991

A man robbed a Glen Burnie convenience store about 4 a.m. yesterday.

County police said a man entered a Dash In store in the 7900 block of Crain Highway and told the cashier he wanted a pack of cigarettes. When the cashier opened the register, the man put his hand in the waistband of his sweat pants and said he had a weapon. He demanded money from two registers and a timed drop safe, and fled with an undetermined amount of money.

The robber was described as a black man wearing a white sweat suit.


An Annapolis man found a hypodermic syringe Sunday night that had apparently washed ashore on Cape St. Claire community beach at Lake Claire and Latrobe drives. David W. Trozzo, 23, of the 1000 block of Lake Claire Drive found the syringe. Police placed the syringe in a county Department of Health container and took it away.


Police charged an Annapolis man with two counts of assault after neighbors said he threatened to shoot them around midnight Tuesday.

Larry N. Barbour, 38, and his wife, Peggy J. Barbour, 41, of the 1400 block of Shot Town Road, told police that they and two other friends were drinking at the home of Archie T. Bell, 50, of the 1400 blockof Shot Town Road, when they said Bell got upset for no apparent reason and turned over a table.

The Barbours said Bell began yelling and went to get a shotgun, threatening to shoot them. They said they left with friends to go back to their home, but Bell chased them. They ran home and locked the door. They said Bell came to the door and wanted to get in, but eventually left. Police found him coming out of the woods and said he appeared to be intoxicated. The shotgun was on a table nearby, open with a shell in the chamber.


A compilation of some of the crimes reported to Anne Arundel police and state police:


300 block of Carronade Way: June 23, five Janetrol heat pumps were stolen from five homes under construction. Loss: $4,900.

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