N.j. Teen-ager Charged In Pioneer City Murder

Police beat

January 03, 1992

A 19-year-old New Jersey man is being held on a $350,000 bond on charges of murdering a Glen Burnie man in Pioneer City early New Year's morning.

Shawn Rauso was charged Wednesday with first-degree murder in the shooting death of 20-year-old Robert Charles Queen of the 400 block of Darton Court.

Rauson was being held yesterday in the County Detention Center.

According to charging documents, Queen was last seen alive in frontof a home in the 1800 block of Richfield Drive shortly before the 4 a.m. shooting.

Witnesses told police that they saw a man walk up behind Queen and as Queen turned, the man shot him.

The charging documents said other witnesses told police that Rauson had told them ofthe killing, which he said happened during a drug deal.

Those witnesses then told police, the charging documents said.


A 14-year-old Glen Burnie boy was robbed of his bicycle at gunpoint Wednesday afternoon, county police said.

Investigators said the youth was riding near the intersection of Guilford and Upton roads at about 5:30 p.m. when a teen-age wielding a gun walked up to him and demanded his bike.

The youth gave the bike to the gunman, who rode it to a waiting car, put it in the trunk and drove away.

Police described the gunman as a Hispanic teen-ager, about 16 years old, wearing a black shirt and pants.


A 31-year-old Cape St. Claire man has been charged with destruction of property and disorderly conduct after an argument with a woman in his house Tuesday evening.

County police said when officers arrived at the home in the 1700 block of Hazelnut Drive, a man was destroying property in the home and could not be restrained.

The woman said she had asked the man to leave the house after he hit her, police said. The two began to struggle before officerswere able to handcuff the man and take him to Eastern District station.

David Michael Braun of the 1700 block of Hazelnut Drive also was charged with assaulting officers and resisting arrest.


A compilation of some of the break-ins reported to Anne Arundel County police:

Brooklyn Park:

5600 block of Chatham Lane: Dec. 30. Money taken. Total loss: $15.


2200 block of Annapolis Road: Sunday, entry gained through window. Money taken. Total loss: Unknown.


1200 block of St. Stephens Church Road: Monday, entry gained through door. Cash and a .22-caliber handgun taken. Total loss: Unknown.

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