Twin, 20, Stabbed In Domestic Dispute

Police beat

January 26, 1992

A Glen Burnie man was charged with stabbing his brother early Fridaymorning during a domestic argument, county police said.

Jeffrey David Aliff, 20, of the 1600 block of Furnace Road, was charged with assault with intent to murder.

When officers arrived at the home at about 12:30 a.m., they foundAliff's twin brother, John Brady Aliff, in the bathroom of his home.He was bleeding from a stab wound on his leg.

Investigators said that when officers arrived, they found Jeffrey Aliff in his parent's bedroom holding a knife in his hand. Investigators do not know what caused the fight.

John Brady Aliff was in critical condition Fridayat Maryland Shock Trauma Center in Baltimore.

CITY MAN ROBBED IN BROOKLYN PARK

A 23-year-old Baltimore man was robbed Friday morning outside a bank machine in Brooklyn Park.

Detectives said that at about 1:40 a.m., the victim was at the automatic teller machine at the First National Bank in the 5000 block of Ritchie Highway when a gunman walked up to him and demanded money.

When the victim gave him $25, the robber grabbed his car keys but then threw them away before running down an alley.

Police described the gunman as a black man wearing a red stocking cap and coat.

Brooklyn Park:

600 block of Douglas Street: Jan. 22, entry gained gained through door. Money and jewelry taken. Total loss: $500.

100 block of Hilltop Road: Jan. 16, entry gained through door. Mountain bike taken. Total loss: $300.

Glen Burnie:

100 block of Juniper Road: Jan. 23, entry gained through door. Jewelry taken. Total loss: Unknown.

Laurel:

200 block of Kwanzan Circle: Jan. 21, entry gained through door. Dishwashertaken. Total loss: $300.

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