Bus Driver Says Pupil Pulled Toy Gun On Her

Police beat

March 27, 1992

A county school bus driver told police that an eighth-grader at Brooklyn-Lindale Junior High pointed at what she thought was a gun at heras he was getting off her bus Monday afternoon.

According to the police report, the student pointed what detectives believe was a toy gun at the driver a second time after he got off the bus and she was driving down Heritage Hill Drive in Glen Burnie.

Police did not recover the gun and the boy was not charged.


A 17-year-old student was charged with concealing a deadly weapon after Chesapeake Senior High School officials caught him with a wood file he allegedly stole from a class on March 19.

The police report said the boy took the wood filefrom a shop class and hid it in his shirt sleeve. The student told officials he was going to hit another student with the file for telling lies about him, the report said.

The student said he was going to sharpen a stick to use on the student but did not have enough time to do it in class, the police report said.

After being charged on a juvenile citation, the boy was released to his parents.


The 19-year-old son of a county councilman has been charged with two counts of destruction of property after he allegedly threw three eggs at two Crownsville homes in January.

Michael C. Boschert, son of council Chairman David Boschert, was charged in the Jan. 18 incidents earlier this month.

According to charging documents, Michael Boschert was with three other teen-agers whenthey threw eggs at a the home in the 800 block of Minor Road.

They also threw eggs at 1000 block of Tudor Drive. Police said the groupdamaged the mailbox at the Tudor Drive home.

Rodney L. Truman, 18, of 1114 Severnview Drive in Crownsville, and Jeremy J. Snowden, 19,of 878 Dogwood Trail in Crownsville, were charged with two counts ofdestruction of property.

Robert A. Hilton, of 1022 Tudor Drive inCrownsville, was charged with three counts of destruction of property.


A 26-year-old Churchton woman was raped by a man who stopped her car on Columbia Beach Road in Shady Side Wednesday.

Investigators said a group of men stopped thewoman at midnight as she was driving home from a birthday party. Oneof the men walked up to the driver's side door and asked her if she wanted some crack. He then asked her where her boyfriend was, and grabbed her by the throat, police said.

He got into her car, drove her to several locations and raped her twice.

He drove the woman to Nutwell Road and got out of the car, police said. The woman drove to her mother's house and called police.

She described the rapist as black, about 5-foot-6, and weighing 130 pounds. He was in his late teens.


Three men were charged with breaking into two Arnold businesses early Wednesday morning.

Detectives said witnesses saw the men breaking into the Domino's Pizza and Sessions Hair Salon in the 1500 block of Ritchie Highway at 2:30 a.m.

The witnesses called police and officers arrested the men inside a nearby 7-Eleven store, detectives said.

Donald L. Hite, 34, of no fixed address, Richard Leroy Robey Jr., 28, of the 7500 blockof Dance Hall Road in Frederick, and Russell Lee Robey Sr., 29, of the 5000 block of Green Valley Road in Monrovia, also were charged with conspiracy to commit a felony and destruction of property, police said.

No property was taken.

A compilation of some of the crimesreported to Annapolis, Anne Arundel County and state police:


5900 block of Deale-Churchton Road: March 23, entry gained through window. Plants and bushes taken. Total loss: $450.

Glen Burnie:

7900 block of Cross Creek Drive: March 24, entry gained through door. Computer equipment taken. Total loss: $750.

100 block Glenmont Avenue: March 25, entry gained through window. Unknown property taken.


7600 block of Stoney Creek Lane: March 25, entrygained through door. Unknown property taken.

600 block of 209th Street: March 23, entry gained through door. Tools and fishing equipment taken. Total loss: $2,693.

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