Police Seek 2 Men In Robbery Of Store

Police beat

January 30, 1992

County police were looking yesterday for two men who robbed a Brooklyn Park store Tuesday afternoon.

Police say two men walked into Lebowitz Grocery and Liquor in the 300 block of Doris Avenue at about 2p.m. The clerk refused to sell one of them a bottle of liquor because he was under age.

The pair left the store and returned a few minutes later and demanded all the money from the cash register.

The clerk gave them thecash, and the robbers were last seen in a cream-colored station wagon that had been parked on Fourth Street near Doris Avenue.

Police described the first robber as a white man, about 6 feet tall, with light-brown hair and wearing a white shirt and jeans.

The second manalso was described as white, about 5-foot-9, with a thin build and wearing a black jacket.


A Gambrills man has been charged with raping a 15-year-old Annapolis girl earlier this month, county police said.

Derrick Darnell Sewell, 21, of the 2400 block of Lee Avenue, was charged with second-degree rape and battery, police said.

Investigators said the 15-year-old called police at about 3 a.m. Jan. 9 and told them she had been kidnapped earlier that night as she was walking in the Spa Cove apartment complex.

She told officers that the man had driven her to a homein Gambrills and raped her, police said.


Five juveniles were charged with breaking into a Glen Burnie middle school early Tuesday morning.

Police said officers were called to Corkran Middle School in the 7600 block of Quarterfield Road at about 3:25 a.m. when the school's burglar alarm sounded.

They caught some of the juveniles inside the school and the others outside.

All of the youths were released into their parents custody, police said.


An Eastport man was charged Tuesday with locking his wife up for four hours, restraining her with a rope and choking her until she passed out, Annapolis police said.

Brian Frederick Newton, 33, of President Point Drive, faces charges of assault with intent to murder and false imprisonment, police said.

His wife told police that she was tied up with a rope and held against her will between 11 a.m. and 3 p.m. She also alleged that Newton punched her in the face and choked her, police said.

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