'Peeping Tom' Charge Filed Against Man, 24

POLICE BEAT

March 08, 1992

A 24-year-old restaurant worker has been charged with being a "peeping Tom" after he allegedly peering at a 15-year-old girl and her sister several times last month at a home in Ferndale.

Larry E. Williams, of the unit block of Glen Ridge Road, was charged with trespassing with the intent to invade privacy.

Police said the girl had reported on Feb. 28 and several times before that a man had been watching her through a window of her home. The girl also said the man had watched her sister on Feb. 23.

The man was arrested Thursday in a laundry room near his home. Police saidhe was wearing women's undergarments, a black trench coat and black pants.

WOMAN, 33, ROBBED OUTSIDE LIBRARY

A man armed with a handgun robbed a 33-year-old woman Thursday morning as she walked from the Harundale library to her car parked in the rear lot, county police said.

The man, who had a gun tucked in his pants, grabbed the woman's purse at about 11 a.m. and threatened to shoot her if she resisted.

The suspect, described as a white man, 18 to 20 years old with brown hair, was wearing jeans and a light blue ski jacket. He ran behind a church after the robbery, police said.

TEENS STEAL JACKET OF GLENBURNIE BOY

A 13-year-old Glen Burnie boy was robbed of his Pittsburgh Penguin team jacket Thursday night by two teen-agers who threatened him with Mace.

Police said the boy and a friend were walking through the yard of the Burwood Senior Citizens home at Shelly and Ordnance roads when they were approached by two other teen-agers.

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