Baltimore Man Robbed At B & A Blvd. Bus Stop

Police beat

October 23, 1991

A Baltimore man was robbed Saturday while he was waiting for a bus in Glen Burnie.

Police said the man was standing at a bus stop in the 7400 block of Baltimore-Annapolis Boulevard at about 6 p.m. counting his money, when a man walked up to him and demanded cash. The victim gave him $170, and the robber ran toward Ritchie Highway.

Police described the robber as a black man, about 6 feet tall, wearing a brown coat, gray pants and white shoes.

2 WOULD-BE ROBBERS FOILED IN PARKING LOT

County police were looking yesterday for the men who tried to rob a Baltimore man in a Ritchie Highway hotel parking lot Sunday.

Police said the man walked into the parking lot of the Holiday Inn in the 6300 block of Ritchie Highway to get some papers out of his car. Two men walked up behind him and one stuck a sharp object in his back and demanded money.

The man turned around and kicked one of the robbers and ran back into the hotel. Both assailantsran toward Ritchie Highway.

Police described the first robber as a black man, about 6 feet tall, with a thin build. He was wearing a black hat and blue nylon jacket. No details were available for the second suspect.

2 FROM DUNKIRK ARRESTED IN FREETOWN

County police have charged two Dunkirk residents with drug and alcohol violations after officers spotted them in Freetown Village on Sunday.

Kimberly Ann Garner, 32, of the 12000 block of Cavalier Drive was charged with possession of a pipe used to smoke crack cocaine. Gary Michael Garner,27, also of the 12000 block of Cavalier Drive, was charged with having an open container of beer in public.

According to the police report, officers were on patrol on Levy Court when they saw a woman with a cigarette lighter in one hand and a soda can that could beused asa crack pipe in the other.

According to police reports, the officer asked for the pipe and the woman hid it behind her back. When she finally handed it over, the officer saw that it was a crushed soda can with crack residue on it.

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County police have reported the following break-ins:

Brooklyn Park:

600 block of Hammonds Ferry Road: Sunday, entry gained through a win

dow. Nothing taken.

Edgewater:

4000 block of Old Muddy Creek Road: Oct. 16. Checks taken. Total loss: Unknown.

First block of Mayo Road: Sunday, entry gained through a door. Money taken. Total loss: $108.

Linthicum:

800 block of Nursery Road: Saturday, entry gained through a door. Unknown property taken.

Mayo:

3700 block of Third Avenue: Sunday, entry gained through a door. Unknown property taken.

Pasadena:

8000 block of Solley Road: Saturday, entry gained through a window. Appliances and jewelry taken. Total loss: $650.

8100 block of Hogneck Road: Monday, entry gained through a window. Money taken. Total loss: $23.

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