2 Teens Arrested In Bb Gun Shootings

Police beat

November 06, 1991

Two Glen Burnie teen-agers have been charged with shooting a BB gun at two other teen-agers Sunday on Old Stage Road.

Investigators said a 14-year-old girl was riding her bike with a friend at about 8:30p.m. when they stopped to talk to some friends. As they were talking, a boy with a BB gun came out of the woods.

As one of the girls began riding away, she overheard someone yell, "Get her, get her." She heard several pops and felt a stinging sensation on her back.

A short time later, officers were called to a 7-Eleven store on Old Stage Road, where they took a report from a 13-year-old boy who said he had been shot with a BB gun the same day.

As the officers were talking to the boy, they noticed a group of teen-agers in the parking lot and recognized one of them from the description the 13-year-old had given them.

Two of the boys admitted to shooting the teen-agers, police said.

The two youths were charged with assault and battery, police said.

NEW YORK YOUTH CHARGED WITH DRUGS

A 17-year-old New York youth was charged with bringing cocaine across state lines after investigators caught him with the drug at the Amtrak station in Linthicum.

At 9:30 p.m. Friday, undercover detectives at the station began questioning the youth, who allowed the officers to search his bag. Police said they found a half-ounce of cocaine, worth about $1,400.

SEVERN RESTAURANT ROBBED AT GUNPOINT

A gunman robbed the Pizza Hut restaurant in Severn Sunday evening, county police said.

According to the police report, the gunman walked into the restaurant in the 2600 block of Annapolis Road at about 10 p.m. and demanded money. The clerk turned over the money, and the gunman ran out of the restaurant.

Police did have details of the suspect.

PINK-CLAD VANDALS DAMAGE 22 CARS

County police are investigating a spate of car vandalism in Brooklyn Park Sunday night and early Monday morning.

According to police reports, 22 cars parked on Third, Fourth and Fifth avenues had their tires slashed.

One woman who lives in the 300 block of Third Avenue said she called police when her son woke up at 4 a.m. Monday after hearing noise outside. He lookedout the window and saw youths running from the car, which had had its tires slashed.

All of the youths were wearing pink jackets, police said.

BOY FORFEITS CANDY IN HALLOWEEN MUGGING

A 13-year-old boywas robbed of his Halloween candy Thursday night in Glen Burnie.

According to police, the boy was walking along Nolberry Road with a friend at about 8 p.m. Three youths jumped them, knocking them to the ground.

One of the assailants grabbed the candy bag, and all threeran off.

Police described the attackers as a black youths in their early teens.

ROBBERY AT ATM FOILED BY CROWD

A group of people standing outside an automatic teller machine thwarted the robbery of a Severna Park man Monday evening.

Police said the intended victim was standing at a First National Bank in the 500 block of Ritchie Highway at about 6:30 p.m. when

a man walked up, thrust a gun in his stomach and demanded money.

The would-be robber told the man to take out $200 from the machine. The man was nervous and pressed the wrong access code, causing the machine to shut down and return his card.

The would-be robber told him to try again. As he did, other customers, who did not realize it was a robbery, walked up and began to watch. The man whispered to the intended victim that he was "very lucky," stepped into a car and drove away with two other men.

Police said the car, a 1991 blue Dodge Daytona with Maryland license plates, had been stolen during a robbery in Baltimore County earlier in the day.

Police described the gunman as a black man in his 20s with a thin build, wearing a denim jacket and red sweat pants.

The followingbreak-ins have been reported to county police:

Brooklyn Park:

2000 block of Lord Baltimore Drive: Nov. 3, entry gained through the door. Appliances taken. Total loss: $2,500.

Glen Burnie:

7800 block of Leymar Road: Nov. 3, entry gained through the door. Purse andmoney taken. Total loss: $150.

8000 block of Phirne Road: Nov. 1,entry gained through the door. Appliances taken. Total loss: $950.

Linthicum:

500 block of Forestview Road: Nov. 4, entry gained through the back door. Unknown property taken.

Millersville:

8200block of Veterans Highway: Nov. 4, entry gained through the door. Unknown property taken.

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