Mcdonald's Shooting Leads To Arrest Of Boy

Police beat

October 08, 1991

A 16-year-old Bowie boy was charged with assault with intent to murder after a shooting Friday in the parking lot of a Crofton fast-food restaurant.

According to the police report, a 16-year-old Crofton boy was outside the McDonald's on Route 3 with two friends when threecars drove up at 10:21 p.m.

Someone shouted and fired four shots. One of the shots hit the Crofton boy in the right leg; the other shots hit parked cars.

County police broadcast a lookout for the shooter, and Prince George's County police arrested a 16-year-old a short time later after stopping acar on Route 3.

DRIVER BADLY HURT IN CRASH INTO TREE

A Hanover man was in critical condition yesterday after he lost control of his car and hit a tree on Ridge Road Saturday.

Michael Thomas Bittinger,23, of the 1900 block Portobago Lane, was driving south on Ridge Road in Glen Burnie, county police said. He was trapped in the car and was rescued by firefighters, police said.

Bittinger was hospitalized at the Shock Trauma Center at the University of Maryland Medical Center in Baltimore.

BOY ROBBED OF JACKET AT AMUSEMENT CENTER

A 16-year-old boy was robbed of his athletic jacket Saturday outside a GlenBurnie amusement center, county police reported.

Police said the boy was outside Golf and Games Amusement Center on Ritchie Highway about 11:15 p.m. when the robber grabbed him from behind and demanded his jacket.

Police gave no description of the robber.

MASKED GUNMENROB CROFTON BANK

County police are searching for the gunmen who robbed a Crofton bank Friday.

According to the police report, the two masked gunmen walked into the Standard Federal Savings Bank, in the 1600 block Route 3, and ordered the employees to lie on the floor and the manager to open the vault. The pair fled into the woods behindthe bank.

Police described the first gunman as a white man in hisearly 30s, with brown shoulder-length hair and a dark blue sweat shirt. The other was described as a white man in his early 30s, about 6 feet 2 inches tall and wearing a gray shirt and sweat pants.

5 JUNIPER DRIVE SHEDS LOOTED OVER WEEKEND

Thieves broke into about five sheds on Juniper Drive in Glen Burnie over the weekend.

The doors were forced open and tools, gas cans and other property were stolen, county police said. Some property was recovered in the woods or the backyards of the homes.

Police said they have no suspects.

MAN IN LAUREL REPORTS THEFT OF PAYROLL CHECKS

A Laurel man told police he was robbed of two payroll checks last month.

Police said the 41-year-old man reported the robbery Friday. According to the report, the man was outside the Maryland Paving and Sealant building on BrockbridgeRoad at 5 p.m. when the robber punched him in the face and took one check for $165.25 and another for $285.25,

Police said they have no suspects.

WIFE ATTACKS HUSBAND WITH KNIFE, POLICE SAY

A Glen Burnie woman has been charged with assault with intent to murder after an argument with her estranged husband Saturday.

The wife, KimberlyAnne Heinecke, 27, of the 400 block Quiet Hollow Court, went to her husband's home, in the 300 block Thelma Avenue, and an argument ensued, according to the police report.

During the argument, Heinecke came at her husband with a knife and they struggled, the report said. The husband backed off and called police.

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

Annapolis:

900 block of Old Annapolis Road: Oct. 3. Money and liquor taken. Total loss: Unknown property taken.

1800 block Hidden Point Road: Oct. 3, entry gained through door. Appliances taken. Total loss: $2,500.

Brooklyn Park:

100 block of Fifth Avenue: Oct. 6, entry gained through door. Tools taken. Total loss: $120.

200 block of Holy Cross Road: Oct. 3, entry gained through window. Nothing taken.

Glen Burnie:

100 block of Glenmont Avenue: Oct. 5, entry gained through window. Appliances taken. Total loss: Unknown.

7800 block of Bruton Drive: Oct. 4, entry gained through door. Appliances taken. Total loss: Unknown.

8100 block of Harold Court: Sept. 30, entry gained through window. Television and videocassette recorder taken.

100 block of Forest Road: Oct. 4, entry gained through window. Unknown property taken.

Harmans:

7600 block of Ridge Chapel Road: Oct. 4, entry gained through door. Nothing taken.

Linthicum:

800 block of Lynvue Road: Sept. 6, entry gained through door. Nothing taken.

6800 block of B&A Boulevard: Oct. 6, entry gained through door. Unknown property taken.

Pasadena:

700 block of Bridge Drive: Oct. 3. Jewelry taken. Total loss: $793.

Severna Park:

100 block of Berrywood Drive: Oct. 4, entry gained through window. Videocassette recorder taken. Total loss: Unknown.

400 block of White Plains Court: Oct. 4, entry gained through the door. Jewelry taken. Total loss: $2,300.

7800 block of Ritchie Highway: Oct. 5, entry gained through the door.Videocassettes taken. Total loss: Unknown.

Severn:

700 block of Day Spring Court: Oct. 4. Appliances taken. Total loss: $3,000.

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