Man,42, Accused Of Sex With Teen


July 19, 1991

A Brooklyn Park man has been charged with having sex with a teen-ager.

County police said William Louis Critzer Jr., 42, was charged with sexual child abuse after his wife told police about several incidents.

He was charged for the most recent incident, which allegedly tookplace last Friday. A police investigation alleged that William Critzer had been having sexual contact with the girl since the summer of 1989. The incidents included intercourse and oral sex, police said.

Other charges are pending.


A 34-year-old Severn man was accidentally shot in the leg early yesterday, county police said.

Clifton Dairsow, 34, of the 7500 block of Watts Road was packing some things in his home when he picked up a shotgun, police said. He checked to see if the gun was loaded and it went off, hitting John Douglas of the 1700 block of Severn Road.

Douglas was in stable condition yesterday at North Arundel Hospital.

No one has been charged in the incident.


A 19-year-old woman was robbed of her purse Tuesday afternoon as she was walking from her home to the Hanover post office on New Ridge Road, county police said.

Police said the robber approached thewoman and snatched the purse off her shoulder about 3:30 p.m.

He was last seen getting into a black car and driving down Ridge Road.

Police described the robber as a white man about 160 pounds with blond hair and wearing a blue shirt and blue jeans.

The following break-ins have been reported to county police:

Brooklyn Park:

100block of Morris Court: July 16, entry gained through window. Nothingtaken.

Glen Burnie:

First block of Glen Ridge Road: July 16, entry gained through door. Appliances taken. Total loss: $3,000.


First block of Bodon Court: July 8, entry gained through door. Video games and compact discs taken. Total loss: $1,000.


8200 block of Brookfield Road: July 17, entry gained through door. Nothing taken.


1300 block of Light Pines Court: July 16. Jewelry taken. Total loss: $800.

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