A Pasadena woman who allegedly bit her husband so hard her dentures fell out was charged with assault with intent to murder after the fight ended in a knife attack Friday night, police said.
At about 11:30 p.m., officers arrived at the couple's home in the the 800 block of 207th Street and found the injured pair at an apparent stand-off and sitting on opposite sides of the room.
Police said Raymond Kenneth Rudolph, 49, and his wife, Janice, 32, had been fighting and that the confrontation ended with a knife attack.
Janice Rudolph also was charged with assault with intent to maim, battery and two counts of assault. Her husband was charged with assault and battery.
Raymond Rudolph told police his wife had bit him on the chest and that her dentures came out. He also had several puncture wounds on his stomach and leg, police said.
Rudolph's wife suffered a head injury.
The couple refused treatment from paramedics who had been called to the home, police said.
ARMED ROBBER ESCAPES WITH $95
A gunman robbed the Paceway store near Annapolis Sunday, county police reported.
Investigators said the robber, who was wearing a ski mask, walked into the store in the 100 block of Old Solomons Island Road at about 6:30 p.m. He pointed his gun at the clerk and demanded money. The clerk gave the robber $95, and the man ran out of the store, police said.
The gunman was described as a black man wearing a dark-colored ski jacket and mask.
PURSE SNATCHED IN BROOKLYN PARK
County police were looking yesterday for the man who grabbed a Brooklyn Park woman's purse Friday.
Officers said that at about 10:30 a.m., the woman and her husband were outside the Dollar Bill store in Chesapeake Square Shopping Center on Ritchie Highway whena man walked up behind her and grabbed her purse.
Her husband andanother man tried to chase the robber, but could not catch up with him, police said.
The woman could not provide police with a description of the robber.
JEWELRY STOLEN DURING WAKE
More than $1,000 worth of jewelry was stolen from a Brooklyn Park woman's home while shewas having a wake for a family member there Wednesday, police said.
County police said the woman had a large gathering of family members and friends at her home in the 400 block of Holy Cross Road between 11:30 a.m. and 2 p.m.
After her guests left, she noticed the jewelry gone from a box in her bedroom. All of the guests had access to the woman's bedroom because she had put their coats there, the policereport said.
MAN ARRESTED IN CABBIE'S ROBBERY
An Annapolis man who allegedly robbed a cab driver Saturday morning was arrested later that day when he took another cab and left without paying his fare, city police said.
Kevin T. Mason, 23, of Fleet Street, was charged with theft, robbery and assault, stemming from both incidents, police said.
A driver with Yellow Checker Cab Co. told police he picked up a man at 8:45 a.m. and drove him to Boucher Avenue and Hawkins Point Road.
When he stopped, the man grabbed the keys from the ignition and began to choke the cab driver, stealing $25 from his jacket pocket, police said. The driver escaped to a nearby house.
Later thatday, another cab driver from the same company took a fare to HarbourHouse in Annapolis. The man ran off without paying his $3.40 fare. The driver called police and followed the man to one of the apartmentsin the public housing complex, where he was arrested at 1:45 p.m., police said.
WOULD-BE ROBBERS FLEE DOUGHNUT SHOP
Two men tried to hold up the Dunkin' Donuts on West Street in Annapolis, but fled when the clerk couldn't open the cash register, police said.
A city police officer who was stopping to advise Parole businesses about recentrobberies Sunday night had been at the doughnut shop just minutes before a clerk called to report the earlier robbery attempt.
Between8 p.m. and 8:30 p.m., two men walked into the doughnut shop and demanded money, the clerk said. One of two customers in the shop at the time said she saw the men were armed with a gun.
When the clerk said she couldn't open the cash register and went to get another employee, the would-be robbers ran away, police said. They were described asblack men, 18 to 20 years old, with medium builds and medium complexions. One wore a multi-color bandanna on his head.
First block of Bay Drive: Feb. 3, entry gained through the door. Stereo equipment taken. Total loss: $200.
900 block of Victory Avenue: Feb. 6, entry gained through the door. Color television taken. Total loss: $210.
1800 block of Judicial Way: Feb. 6, entry gained through the window. Appliances and other property taken. Total loss: $1,300.
1200 block of Bacon Ridge Road: Feb. 3, entry gained through the door. Appliances and a leather jacket taken. Total loss: $550.
7800 block of Americana Circle: Feb. 8, entry gained through the door. Unknown property taken.
First block of Crain Highway: Feb. 7, entry gained through window. Unknown property taken.