Clerk Thwarts Holdup In Glen Burnie Store

Police beat

April 06, 1992

A man attempted to rob a convenience store in Glen Burnie Saturday morning, but gave up after the clerk told him she had no money and pushed the alarm button.

Police said the man walked into the High's Store, in the 7900 block of Crain Highway, at about 6:15 a.m., bent down to tie his shoe, then stood up and told the clerk, "Give me all your money."

The clerk refused twice, police said, and triggered the alarm. Police said the man did not show a weapon, but kept his hand inside hisjacket.

MAN ROBBED OF CAR ON B-W PARKWAY

A Fort Meade man who stopped along the Baltimore-Washington Parkway to relieve himself Fridaynight had his car stolen.

Police said Thedus R. Ellis, 29, of the1600 block of Walker Road, had pulled over in the northbound lane near Route 175 about 9 p.m. A man with a hand in his pocket approached and said he wanted the car.

Ellis raised his hands, moved away from his 1990 Toyota Camry and told the man to take it, police said. Theman drove away north on Interstate 295.

GLEN BURNIE MAN HELD ON DRUGCHARGE

A Glen Burnie man who police said was wandering along the median strip of Route 648, was charged with possession with intent todistribute PCP, county police reported.

Officers reported they saw Phillip Guy Riley, 35, of the 100 block of Louise Terrace staggering on the median strip and stopped him at 3:20 a.m. Sunday. A search produced 10 grams of parsley flakes laced with PCP, the police report said.

Officers also seized $198.

LINTHICUM GAS STATION ROBBED AT GUNPOINT

A gunman robbed a Linthicum gas station Saturday night, county police reported.

The gunman walked into the Texaco Food Mart in the 1300 block of Dorsey Road at 11:30 p.m. and demanded money. The clerk gave the robber money, and the gunman left the station.

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