3 teens charged in school break-inCounty police have...

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May 27, 1992

3 teens charged in school break-in

County police have charged a Hanover man and two teen-agers with breaking into a school after police caught them inside the gym playing basketball Monday night.

Officers said they were called to the school at 9 p.m. when the alarm went off and found the three teens inside the gym. When they saw police, they ran out of the school.

Police caught them at Chesapeake Mobile Home Court a short time later.

Jason Michael Klein, 18, of the unit block of Chesapeake Mobile Court, and two youths also were charged with trespassing, police said.

Police officer hit by car in Pasadena

A county police officer was injured when a car ran a red light and hit his car broadside on Brandon Shores Road in Pasadena Monday.

According to police, Anthony Mills, 24, from the Northern District station, was driving west on Brandon Shores Road when a 1986 Plymouth Duster driven by a Pasadena man ran a red light at Fort Smallwood Road and hit him.

Mills was trapped in the car for a short time after the 2:30 p.m. accident, police said.

He was treated and released from Harbor Hospital Center, police said.

Steven Shawn Diddlemeyer, 19, of the 7700 block of Lake Circle, was charged with driving through a red light.

Man, 21, charged with drugs offense

A Pasadena man has been charged with possession of marijuana after police received a tip that he would be taking the drug with him to Florida Sunday, police said.

According to the police report, an informant told officers that William Jennings Norman, 21, would be leaving his home in the 100 block of Magothy Bridge Road between 11 p.m. Sunday and 1 a.m. Monday with the drug.

Police stopped his car at 1:15 a.m. on Dorsey Road near Route 295 and searched his car. They found a small amount of marijuana and paraphernalia, officers said.

Norman also was charged with possession of paraphernalia.

Teen stabbed, beaten on B&A Trail Sunday

A 17-year-old Severna Park youth was stabbed and beaten early Sunday morning as he rode his bike on the B&A Trail in Earleigh Heights, police said.

The boy told police he was riding his bike on the trial at about 3 a.m. when five men stopped him near Light Street Avenue and began hitting him.

The police report said one of the men took out a knife and stabbed him in the leg, arms and stomach. He managed to escape from the men and ride his bike home. His uncle took him to North Arundel Hospital, where he was treated and released.

Police said they have no suspects.

City police seek alleged drug dealer

Annapolis police were searching yesterday for an alleged drug dealer, one of 15 people indicted in an undercover investigation into drug trafficking by cabdrivers in Maryland's capital.

A dozen cabbies from four taxi companies were arrested on drug charges Friday afternoon in the culmination of a six-month probe by police, the Naval Investigative Service and the county State's Attorney's Office. Two alleged dealers were also caught in the afternoon sweep by five teams of police officers.

A female officer posed as a prospective customer and questioned cabdrivers for months, asking if they knew "where somebody could get something to party with." From 81 such conversations, she arranged 23 meetings to purchase cocaine, crack and marijuana, police said.

Three of the 14 people arrested Friday have posted bail. One was released on his own recognizance. The rest are in jail waiting for bail hearing.

Police are looking for a third man indicted by an Anne Arundel County grand jury May 11 -- Joseph T. Churchill, 22, of the 1200 block of Madison St.

Parking attendant robbed at gunpoint

An Annapolis parking attendant was robbed at gunpoint Saturday night in a garage on Clay Street, police said.

Al Ballinger reported to police early Sunday that a man came into the garage at about 9:10 p.m., pointed a gun at him and demanded money, police said. He escaped with $200.

The suspect was described as a black man, 5 feet 10, weighing 160 pounds and wearing camouflage pants, yellow shirt and white tennis shoes, police said.

Brooklyn Park:

Unit block of 11th Avenue: May 22, entry gained through the door. Bicycle taken. Total loss: $120.

Glen Burnie:

7900 block of Crain Highway: May 23, entry gained through the door. Cigarettes taken. Total loss: unknown.

6900 block of Aviation Boulevard: May 23, entry gained through the door. Golf clubs taken. Total loss: $1,050.

1300 block of Meadowvale Road: May 21, entry gained through the door. Stereo equipment taken. Total loss: Unknown.


8300 block of Veterans Highway: May 22, entry gained through the door. Bottle of gin taken. Total loss: unknown.


8200 block of Baltimore-Annapolis Boulevard: May 23, entry gained through the door. Guns and appliances taken. Total loss: unknown.

8000 block of Corksberry Lane: May 9. Money taken. Total loss: $6,000.

3800 block of Mountain Road: May 22, entry gained through the door. Money taken. Total loss: $40.

Severna Park:

500 block of Ritchie Highway: May 24, entry gained through the door. Gas grill and other property taken.

500 block of Ritchie Highway: May 22, entry gained through the door. Appliances taken. Total loss: unknown.

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