Man Charged With 3 Armed Robberies

Police beat

January 05, 1992

A 27-year-old Edgewood man was arrested Friday and charged with the Dec. 23 armed robbery of the High's convenience store on Pulaski Highway in Belcamp, the Harford Sheriff's Office said.

Deputy DeWayne Curry said Michael William Maker also was charged with the attempted armed robbery of a High's store in Joppatowne on Nov. 2 and the armedrobbery of the Edgewood Dash-In on Nov. 9.


An Aberdeen man was wounded in the thigh at about 1:50 a.m. New Year's Day after two men turned away from the Blue Rose Restaurant opened fire on patrons in the parking lot, a spokesman for the Sheriff'sOffice said.

Deputy DeWayne Curry said 23-year-old Donald CharlesHogan was in stable condition at Harford Memorial Hospital on Friday.

Curry said the incident began when three men tried to enter the restaurant and were told it was closing.

As the three men returnedto the parking lot, two of the suspects pulled out guns and began shooting. They then fled, Curry said.


One of two men injured in a drive-by shooting in Perryman Monday remained hospitalized Friday, a spokesman for the Harford County Sheriff's Office said.

John Wesley Johnson, 18, of Havre de Grace was listed in critical condition at the Maryland Shock Trauma Center with a gunshot wound to the head, Deputy 1st Class DeWayne Curry said.

Curry identified the other injured man as 18-year-old Sean OdellThompson, also of Havre de Grace. Thompson was treated for his injuries and released, Curry said.

Curry said the shooting occurred about 10:20 p.m. in the 200 block of Perryman Court.

Police continue to search for four suspects seen in a compact silver or gold car, Curry said.


3700 block of Pulaski Highway: Rainbow Painting reported the theft Dec. 25 of an arc welder, compressor and kitchen and bath cabinets worth $9,500, the Harford Sheriff's Office said.


100 block of Laburnum Road: The county Sheriff's Office investigated the theft Dec. 26 of radios, savings bonds, jewelry, stereo equipment, luggage and an answering machine, worth a total of $4,791.


1100 block of Clayton Road: Sign Design Inc. reported malicious destruction Dec. 22 that caused $3,100 worth of damage to the building, windows and signs, the county Sheriff's Office said.


2700 block of Whiteford Road: The county Sheriff's Office investigated a break-in Dec. 19 in which $2,290 worth of weapons and jewelry were reported stolen.

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