Davidsonville Man Charged With Assault

Police beat

April 15, 1992

County police have charged a Davidsonville man with assault after heallegedly shot at his brother during a domestic dispute in their home Sunday.

Torrance Wallace, 24, of the 1500 block of Governor Bridge Road, told officers that his brother, Joseph Alonzo Wallace, had fired a shotgun at him during a fight, the police report said.

When officers arrived, Joseph Alonzo Wallace, had left the house.

The officers reported marks on the ground outside the house that appeared to be the result of a shotgun blast.

Officers were calledto the home again a short time later, after a report of a loud argument.

Joseph Alonzo Wallace was taken to Southern District, where he was charged with assault.

DISCOVERED BONES COULD BE MONKEY'S

Doctors believe that bones found Sunday by a Glen Burnie man in a woodedarea off Marley Neck Boulevard are those of a monkey.

Bacil Bennett, 35, of the 100 block of Point Pleasant Road, told police he was walking in the woods at 4:30 p.m. Sunday when he saw a bone sticking from the ground.

Bennett said he called police, believing the bone might be human remains. An officer who searched the area found what appeared to be arm and hand bones with several fingers attached, the police report said.

The bones were taken to North Arundel Hospital,where a doctor said they are probably monkey bones.

Police plan to send the bones to the State Medical Examiner's Office for confirmation.

MAN STEALS DEPOSIT FROM WOMAN AT BANK

Police were searching last night for a man who robbed a Glen Burnie woman behind a bank in Linthicum Heights yesterday afternoon.

Tess Ann Ketteringham, 52, had just made a deposit at the Signet Bank, in the 700 block of North Hammonds Ferry Road, about 2 p.m. when a man carrying a handgun approached her and demanded the deposit bag.

The woman refused, and theman grabbed the bag and ran into a nearby industrial park, police said.

Police searched the area, but could not find the suspect. Police did not say if there was any money in the bag.

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Here is a compilation of crimes reported to Anne Arundel police:

Arnold

600 block of Bay Green Drive: April 12, entry gained through door. Jewelry and money taken. Total loss: Unknown.

Churchton

5800 block of Shadyside Road: April 11, entry gained through door. Unknown property taken.

Hanover

7700 block of Ricker Road: April 12, entry gained through door. Unknown property taken.

Pasadena

7900 blockof Outing Avenue: April 13, entry gained through window. Jewelry taken. Total loss: $100.

Severna Park

500 block of Ritchie Highway: April 12, entry gained through the door. Cigarettes taken. Total loss: Unknown.

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