2 Men Rob 7-eleven On Ritchie Highway

Police log

September 05, 1991

Two men robbed a Severna Park convenience store of money orders and cash Tuesday, county police reported.

Police said at about 12:30 a.m., two men walked into the 7-Eleven store in the 100 block of Ritchie Highway and asked for five $200 money orders.

After the clerk had cut the money orders, one of the men asked for all the money in the cash register. The clerk gave him the money after she noticed the handle of a gun sticking out of the waistband of his pants, police said.

The robbers were last seen driving a Camaro north on Ritchie Highway.

Police described the first robber as ablack male, about 200 pounds and 6 feet tall. He was wearing a blue sweat shirt. The second robber was described as a black male about 220 pounds and 6 feet tall. He was wearing a white shirt and blue jeans.


A 26-year-old Baltimore manfoiled a robbery attempt outside a Brooklyn Park bank Friday.

County police said the man had just withdrawn $200 from an automated teller machine at the intersection of Ritchie Highway and Edison Street at 9 p.m., when the robber walked up to his car.

The bandit reached through the open driver's window and sprayed Mace in the victim's face while trying to grab the money. The man kicked open his car door,causing the robber to fall. The robber got up and ran down Ritchie Highway.

Police described the robber as a black male about 5 feet 8inches tall with a thin build. He was wearing a dark-colored shirt and shorts.


A Glen Burnie mantold police he was shot at twice in Freetown Village on Friday nightby a man he had been arguing with, county police reported.

Policesaid the man was in Coutros Court at about 10:30 p.m. when he heard a gunshot and turned to see a gunman standing by a mailbox. He recognized the gunman as someone he had been arguing with earlier in the day.

As the victim began to run away, he heard another shot, police said.

Police searched for the gunman but could not find him.


A Baltimore man has been charged with theft and fleeing from police after a 20-mile car chase from Brooklyn Park to Baltimore on Tuesday night.

Andrew Jackson McCauley, 18, of the 300 block of South Bruce Street, also was charged withdestruction of property, driving with a revoked license and resisting arrest, police said.

The chase began at about 1:20 a.m., after police received a complaint about someone tampering with cars in the Harbor Valley community in Brooklyn Park.

An officer arrived and was told that a red 1986 Camaro Z-28 had been stolen. After spotting the car on Belle Grove Road near 10th Avenue, he gave chase.

Other officers from the county and Baltimore joined the chase.

The driverof the stolen car swerved into Officer Richard Morris' cruiser at the intersection of Key Highway and Light Street, forcing both cars offthe road. The cruiser hit a brick wall.

Morris was treated at North Arundel Hospital and released. McCauley was treated at Harbor Hospital Center for minor injuries.


County police were still looking yesterday for the gunman who robbed an Annapolis bank Friday and left behind a hand grenade.

Police said the bandit walked into the Farmer's National Bank in the 800 block ofCompass Way and demanded money. The robber gathered up the money andran away, leaving the grenade on the floor.

He is described as a white man in his 50s or 60s.


An Edgewater man told police he was robbed by three men who sprayed Mace in his face outside a Glen Burnie convenience store on Friday.

Police said the victim and the suspects had been racing their cars onRoute 648 in Ferndale when they stopped at the 7-Eleven store on Furnace Branch Road at about 9 p.m.

Three men walked up to the victim, sprayed him and took his wallet and car keys.

Police described the first robber as a Hispanic male about age 18, 5-feet-9 and 120 pounds. He was wearing a blue shirt and jeans.


County police seized 1 gram of cocaine from a Pasadena homeThursday night.

Police said officers served a search warrant in an apartment in the 7800 block of Shirley Murphy Court, where they confiscated the cocaine and $374.

Police said the resident of the apartment, a 24-year-old woman, ran out when police arrived. She will becharged with possession of cocaine.


A burglar who entered an Annapolis apartment through an unlocked patio door got a surprise yesterday morning when a man living there chased and grabbed him, police said.

But the burglar broke freeand ran off with the man's wallet, which contained $20, police said.

The resident of the second-floor apartment, in the unit block of Melrob Court in Tyler Heights, told police the burglar climbed on to a patio and entered through a sliding-glass door about 5:45 a.m.

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