Edgewater Man Charged After Fight

Police beat

October 16, 1991

An Edgewater man has been charged with reckless endangerment after two men told police he threatened them with a handgun Sunday.

Charles Grant Bast Jr., 37, of the 1400 block of Pine Whiff Avenue, also was charged with carrying a handgun, police said.

According to the police report, officers were called to the 1600 block of Bishop Road in Edgewater at about 1:15 a.m. for a fight. When they arrived, two men told the officers they had been sitting outside when a man walked up and started an argument.

They said the manpulled a gun from his waistband and pointed it at them. The men ran and the man chased one of them before getting into a pickup truck anddriving off.

The officers found Bast a short time later on Fullerton Road, police said.

GLEN BURNIE MAN CHARGED IN PCP CASE

County police have charged a Glen Burnie man with possession of PCP after officers stopped him on traffic violations Friday.

Police said Rodney Ray Porter, 33, of the 8100 block of Glen Hollow Drive, also was charged with drunken driving.

According to the police report,officers stopped Porter at about 1:15 a.m. on Upton Road in Harundale. As the officer was preparing to tow the car and charge Porter with drunkendriving, police said, the officer noticed a film canister on the front seat.

Inside the canister was one PCP cigarette, police said.

CEMENT DWARFS SNATCHED FROM LAWN

A Glen Burnie woman reported to police that someone stole five cement figurines from her front yard Thursday night.

The woman, who lives in the 1400 block of Gordon Drive, told officers that the figurines were pink dwarfs. Four of them were medium-sized and one was large.

Police said they have no suspects.

$125 stolenfrom newspaper box

County police were looking yesterday for the person who broke into a newspaper box last week and stole $125 in change.

Police said that last Wednesday or Thursday, someone broke into the Washington Times vending machine in the 2300 block of Johns Hopkins Road.

Police have no suspects.

$125 STOLEN FROM NEWSPAPER BOX

County police were looking yesterday for the person who broke into a newspaper box last week and stole $125 in change. Police said that last Wednesday or Thursday, someone broke into theWashington Times vending machine in the 2300 block of Johns Hopkins Road. Police have no suspects.

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