Man Steals Money, Clothes In Mall Holdup

Police beat

October 11, 1991

A Largo man was robbed of cash and clothing outside Annapolis Mall Tuesday, county police reported.

Police said the 25-year-old victimwas walking to his car at about 8 p.m. when a man demanded money. The victim gave the robber about $25, then opened his shopping bags. The man took a coat and three pairs of pants out of the bags, and ran toward Route 450.

Police described the thief as a black man, about 6 feet tall and weighing 180 pounds. He was wearing a red flannel shirt and jeans.

FIGHT ENDS IN ARREST OF MAN FOR BATTERY

A Baltimore man was charged with resisting arrest and battery after he a fight in a bar Saturday.

James Fletcher Walton Jr., 24, of the 4800 block of Pennington Avenue, also was charged with destruction of property and resisting arrest.

According to the police report, officers were called to Janice's Bar in the 300 block of Furnace Branch Road to break up a fight. When officers arrived, they saw Walton running and chased him.

An officer caught up with Walton and a struggle began. The police reportsaid Walton cursed the officer and refused to be handcuffed. Walton was taken back to the bar, and witnesses identified him as the man who punched another man in the face, police said.

At Northern District station, the police report said, Walton spat on an officer.

2 BEATEN BY GANG ON BIKE TRAIL TUES.

Two Glen Burnie men told police they were beaten by a group of men while they were walking on the Baltimore-Annapolis bike trail Tuesday night.

Police said the victims were walking along the trail at about 10 p.m. when about six other men walked up and asked for directions.

As the pair began to give themdirections, some of the men in the group sprayed Mace on the victimsand punched them.

The attackers took a wallet with $14 in it fromone of the victims, police said.

Police described the robbers only as white teen-agers.

POLICE IMPERSONATOR ASSAULTS WOMAN

A 27-year-old Baltimore woman told police that a man who identified himself as a detective sexually assaulted her yesterday.

According to the police report, at 2:30 a.m. the 27-year-old woman got into the man's car in front of the 7-Eleven store on Ritchie Highway near Belle GroveRoad.

The man told the woman his name was "Detective Jackson" andsaid he was a narcotics detective, the report said.

He told the woman that if she performed a sex act for him, he would keep the police away from her and take care of her problems.

The woman agreed, and the man then forced her out of the car at gunpoint.

DOG CHASES INTRUDER, THWARTS ROBBERY

A family dog thwarted a robbery in a Hanover home Wednesday afternoon, county police said.

According to the police report, a resident of a home in the 7800 block of Citadel Driveanswered a knock at her door at about 1 p.m. A man at the door forced his way into the house.

A struggle broke out, and a dog chased the intruder out of the house. The man fled with another man who waited outside.

DISABLED WOMAN RAPED IN APARTMENT

A 41-year-old Severn woman was raped Wednesday night in her apartment after an acquaintance brought two men into the woman's home, county police said yesterday.

The disabled woman, who lives in the 1800 block of Circle Road, told police that an acquaintance and two men she didn't know came to her apartment around 8 p.m. The men demanded money.

When she said she had no money, the men tied her up in her bedroom and raped and sodomized her, police said.

Police yesterday had no description of the suspects.

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