Son Arrested After Home Is Broken Into

Police beat

July 14, 1991

A 31-year-old man was charged Tuesday with breaking into his mother's house and with possession of cocaine paraphernalia.

Neighbors inthe 700 block of Broadmoor Road in Annapolis called police to the home of Lilly M. Miller after her son, Michael W. Miller, was seen forcing a rear porch door open with a screwdriver, police said.

Police said Miller, of no fixed address, locked himself in the home when police arrived but surrendered when officers brought a policedog.

Fourteen plastic bags and 50 syringes containing cocaine residue were discovered in Miller's car, police said.


A Glen Burnie trucker has been charged with felonious theft of items he was moving for a Delaware man.

Michael Bell, 44, of the 1200 block of Crawford Drive, was arrested June 26 after a 10-day investigation into a missing property complaint.

The case began June 16 when Bell's flatbed trailer was broken into in theparking lot in the 7900 block of Crain Highway.

Boxes that Bell was transporting for a New Castle, Del., resident

had been stolen and some were strewn all over the parking lot.

Bell was called to the scene and a police officer watched Bell gather boxes containing items valued at $2,379. The Delaware man later reported that those items were missing from his shipment. In all, $10,000 worth of property was missing, police said.

After pulling a search warrant, detectives discovered the items in Bell's home, police said.


The county vice squad arrested three Maryland City women late Wednesday, charging them with solicitation of lewdness and prostitution.

Kathy N. Fowler, 29, and Debra Ann Chase, 21, of unlisted addresses in Maryland City, were arrested by three undercover detectives responding to several citizens' complaints that women were soliciting at Whiskey Bottom Road and Route 198.

Sharon Lynn Snyder, 19, of Maryland City was charged with solicitation of lewdness.


8000 block of Highview Road: July 11, diamond ring missing. Loss: $1,500.


1300 Block of Cape St. Claire Road: July 9, someone with a key entered Vizzini's pizzeria at 1 a.m. and ateseveral sandwiches. Loss: $5.

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