Glen Burnie Store, Robbed By Gunman

Police beat

October 09, 1991

A gunman robbed a Royal Farm Store in Glen Burnie early yesterday morning, police said.

According to investigators, the man walked into the store in the 200 block of Oak Manor Road with a bank bag over his hand at about 1:40 a.m.

He demanded money from the clerk. After receiving it, he ran intothe Town and Country apartment complex on Woodhill Drive.

Police described the robber as a white man about 20 years old, 5 foot 5 inches, and wearing a white jacket and dark pants.


A Bowie man was charged with drunken driving Friday after radar-equipped police clocked a car traveling at 107 miles per hour on College Parkway in Arnold.

Officer Andrew Klausing was operating the radar equipment at College Parkway and Shore Acres Roadwhen he saw a man in a Ford Probe drive by at 107 mph in a 40-mph zone, police said.

Klausing chased the car and called for assistence. Citizens who called the police said they saw the car pull into a nearby street.

Klausing and other officers arrested John Edward Lacey, 22, of the 16000 block of English Oaks Avenue. He also was chargedwith fleeing from police.

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


900 block of Annapolis Neck Road: Sept. 29, entry gained through the window. Jewelry and appliances taken. Total loss: $425.


1100 block of Chesapeake Drive: Oct. 6, entry gained through the window. Jewelry taken. Total loss: $2,400.

Glen Burnie:

7900 block of Baltimore-Annapolis Road: Oct. 7, entry gained through the door. Unknown property taken.

Severna Park:

500 block of Ritchie Highway: Oct. 10,entry gained through the an air vent on the roof. Television and cassette recorder taken. Total loss: $3,440.

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