Glen Burnie Woman Reports Rape

Police beat

October 18, 1991

A 19-year-old Glen Burnie woman told police she was raped in a Glen Burnie apartment Wednesday.

County police said the woman and two friends went to a man's house at about 5 a.m. to smoke some crack cocaine.

The two friends of the woman left the apartment, and the man dragged her into a bedroom, where she was raped, police said.

Police gave no description of the man.


Two men robbed the Comfort Inn in Brooklyn Park Wednesday night, county police reported.

According to police, the men walked into the hotel in the 6900 block of Baltimore-Annapolis Boulevard at about 10:30. They told the clerk they wanted all the money.

One of the men walked behind the counter and took all of the money out of the cash drawer. The robbers told the clerk to go into a back room and lie downbefore they left the hotel, police said.

Police described one robber as a black man in his 20s, about 6 feet tall and wearing a blue jogging suit. The second robber was described as a black man, also in his 20s, wearing a dark jogging suit with a black baseball hat.


A compilation of some of the crimes reported to Annapolis, Anne Arundel police and state police:

Glen Burnie:

1100 block of Furnace Branch Road: Oct. 15, entry gained through the window. Unknown property taken.

Unit block of Glen Road: Oct. 16, entry gained through the door. Nothing taken.

100 block of Warwickshire Lane: Oct. 15, entry gained through the door. Jewelry taken. Total loss: $1,198.

7600 block of Spencer Road: Oct. 15, entry gained through the door.Nothing taken.


100 block of Meadow Road: Oct. 15, entry gained through the door. Unknown property taken.


7800 block of Clark Station Road: Oct. 15, entry gained through the door. Guitars taken. Total loss: Unknown.

100 block of Otis Drive: Oct. 15, entry gained through the window. Video cassette recorder and stereo equipment taken. Total loss: Unknown.

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