Two Men Hold Up Arnold Liquor Store

Police beat

February 25, 1992

Two men, one armed with a shotgun, held up an Arnold liquor store Friday, county police reported.

At about 9 p.m., the pair walked into the Depot liquor store in the 1400 block of Ritchie Highway and demanded money. The clerk complied and the gunman was last seen running,with his accomplice, behind the store.

Police described the gunman as white, about 18, and 5 feet 11 inches tall. He was wearing a plaid shirt and jeans. His accomplice was described as white, about the same age, and 5 feet 8 inches tall. He also was wearing a plaid shirt and jeans.

MAN BEATEN, ROBBEDAFTER LEAVING BAR

A 26-year-old Brooklyn Park man was robbed and assaulted Friday morning outside a bar near his home, county police said.

Police said the man and a friend left Pop Rick's bar on 11th Avenue in Brooklyn Park when the friend became involved in a fight with two other men.

The fight stopped and the victim began to walk home by himself when two men walked up to him and hit him. They took his wallet and then ran away.

Police described the two men as white, 21, withblack hair and wearing black jackets.

MAN ROBS WOMAN IN DRIVE-THROUGH LINE

A Glen Burnie woman was robbed and assaulted late Sunday night as she waited in a drive-through line at a fast-food restau

rant, county police said.

At about 8 p.m., the 19-year-old woman wasin her car in line at the Taco Bell restaurant drive-through window when a man walked up to her car and demanded money.

He started hitting her in the face and grabbed some money out of her hand before running away.

Officers said they received a tip about the assailant and arrested a man at his home on an unrelated warrant. He was brought to North Arundel Hospital, where the woman was being treated for injuries. She identified him as her attacker.

Keith Bryon Howard, 30, of the 1600 block of Sunshine Street in Glen Burnie, was charged with robbery, theft, assault and battery.

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