Armed Men Rifle Brooklyn Park Safe

Police beat

February 16, 1992

Two armed men held up a Brooklyn Park Burger King restaurant Thursday night, ordered two employees onto the floor and escaped with an undetermined amount of money from an open safe.

Police said the men walked into the Ritchie Highway restaurant while the two employees were in the back. The men jumped over the counter, ordered the employeesonto the floor and asked how to open the safe.

After taking the money, the men left the store. The employees activated the burglar alarm and waited for police to arrive.

One suspect is described as a black male, 18 to 25 years old. He was wearing a knee-length green coat with a hood and a navy blue knit cap. The second suspect is described only as a man 18 to 25 years old.

Policesaid the men were carrying small black handguns.


Two Annapolis men were arrested in a drug sting by city and state troopers last week.

George A. Scott, 27, of the 1300 block of Tyler Avenue, was arrested on narcotics charges Thursday morning after a state police trooper purchased crack cocaine from him,police said. He was charged with possessing cocaine and distributingit within 1,000 feet of a school zone.

Terrance Johnson, 18, of the 1800 block of Whiton Court, also was charged with possessing drugswith the intent to distribute Tuesday night after a police officer bought from him a small plastic bag containing a rock of crack cocaine, police said.

A third man who sold a trooper $50 worth of crack cocaine Wednesday night escaped, police said.


A 25-year-old woman who asked two men to give her a ride Thursday night told police they raped her in a new development just outside Crofton.

Police said the woman asked the men for a ridebetween 10:30 and 11:30 p.m. She said the men drove her to the corner of Chapman Drive and Reidl Road.

After the attack, the men droveaway in a brown Toyota Celica. The woman walked to a 7-Eleven store in Crofton and called police.


A manager of a Domino's Pizza shop who was depositing the day's receipts Friday morning was attacked and robbed of two bank bags.

Police said Tracy Marie Bleclic, 22, was about to place the bags in the night deposit box of 1st National Bank, in the 500 block of Gov. Ritchie Highway, when a man shoved her against a wall at about 2:30 a.m.

The man took the bags and ran behind the bank.


Someone broke into a construction trailer on Mountain Road in Pasadena and stole equipment valued at $15,000, it was reported Thursday.

The break-in occurred sometime between Jan. 9 and Feb. 7.

Police said John Franklin Marion, the owner of Colonial Contracting, discovered the break-in. Among the missing items were jacks, shovels, tires, chain saws and six cases of antifreeze.

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