Pasadena Man Beaten On Ft. Smallwood Rd.

Police beat

January 09, 1992

A 24-year-old Pasadena man told police two men beat him outside a fire house on Fort Smallwood Road Sunday.

Detectives said the victimbanged on the doors of the Company 13 fire house in Pasadena at about 12:55 a.m. asking for help. A member of the company who opened the door saw two men attacking the victim.

After a few seconds, the pair stopped fighting and ran away, police said. Police described the first assailant as a white man about 6 feet tall who was wearing a white sweat shirt. The second man was described as a white man who was wearing a blue baseball hat, blue sweatshirt and blue jeans.


A 14-year-old Linthicum youth was robbed of his basketball jacket as he was walking along the B&A bicycle trial.

County police said the youth was walking with a friend at about 4 p.m. Jan. 2 when they were stopped by two older teen-agers who demanded the 14-year-old's Boston Celtics jacket.

Although the boy refused, the teen-agers took the jacket from him and ran down the trail. The boys followed the pair toMarley Station Mall, but lost them in the crowd.

Police did not have detailed descriptions of the assailants.

A compilation of someof the crimes reported to Anne Arundel County police and state police:

Glen Burnie:

400 block of Secret Bend Road: Jan. 7, entry gained through the window. Cash taken. Total loss: $1,100.


600 block of Timothy Drive: Dec. 31, entry gained through the door. Tools taken. Total loss: $1,178.


600 block of Riverside Drive: Jan. 2, entry gained through the door. Stereo equipmenttaken. Total loss: Unknown.

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