Shooting victim in stable conditionA Pasadena man was in...

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July 21, 1992

Shooting victim in stable condition

A Pasadena man was in stable condition yesterday after he was shot three times in the back in his home Friday night.

Investigators said James Hawk, 34, of the 8000 block of Ritchie Highway, and his housemate, Dorsey E. Garland, 53, were in the bedroom of their house when Mr. Garland allegedly shot Mr. Hawk with a .22-caliber semi-automatic handgun at 9:20 p.m.

Mr. Hawk called police after the shooting and was flown by state police helicopter to Maryland Shock Trauma Center, police said.

Investigators said they did not know the motive for the shooting, but noted that both men had been drinking during the evening.

Mr. Garland was charged with assault with intent to murder, investigators said.

Man stabbed while showing car

A 19-year-old Glen Burnie man was stabbed in the stomach and robbed early Saturday morning by a man who said he was interested in buying the victim's car, county police reported.

According to the police report, the victim met a man at the 7-Eleven store on Route 648 at 1:50 a.m. The man said he would drive them to the victim's home, where the victim had a car for sale.

Instead of going to the victim's home, the alleged robber pulled into the parking lot of a restaurant on Sumac Road, stabbed the man in the chest and arm and took his wallet.

The victim got out of the car and ran back to his car at the 7-Eleven. He then drove home and called an ambulance, police said.

Police have identified a suspect but have not made an arrest.

Baltimore man shot after argument

A 28-year-old Baltimore man was shot Saturday night after he talked to a woman in Annapolis and her boyfriend became jealous, city police said.

Angelo Boston was shot in the back shortly before 7:45 p.m. in the unit block of Bens Drive, police said. He was taken to Anne Arundel Medical Center for treatment of the wound and released.

Police said he was talking to a woman on Bens Drive when her boyfriend became angry. The boyfriend got a sawed-off shotgun from a friend and shot Mr. Boston. Both men then took off in a car, police said.

A few minutes later, police stopped a car on Bay Ridge Avenue and arrested Johnie Perkins, 19, of Laurel, and Dameon T. Banks, 20, of the first block of Bens Drive. Both men were charged with assault with intent to murder, possessing a weapon, assault and reckless endangerment, police said.

The following crimes have been reported to Anne Arundel

County police

Annapolis:

2100 block of Harbor Drive: July 17, entry gained through the door. Unknown property taken.

3300 block of Shore Drive: July 19. Video games taken. Total loss: $1,670.

2500 block of Riva Road: July 18, entry gained through the door. Unknown property taken.

Gambrills:

2300 block of Nancarles Drive: July 18, entry gained through the door. Tools taken. Total loss: $700.

Glen Burnie:

7800 block of Gordon Court: July 13, entry gained through the door. Food taken. Total loss: $150.

Harundale:

1000 block of Upton Road: July 11, entry gained through the door. Tools taken. Total loss: $300.

Hanover:

1400 block of Mordor Lane: July 19, entry gained through the window. Unknown property taken.

Millersville:

400 block of Fawn Haven Court: July 17, entry gained through the door. Bicycles taken. Total loss: $1,025.

Pasadena:

First block of Bar Harbor Road: July 17, entry gained through the door. Jewelry taken. Total loss: $2,100.

200 block of Beechwood Road: July 16, entry gained through the window. Unknown property taken.

Severn:

1900 block of Arwell Court: July 17, entry gained through the door. Unknown property taken.

500 block of Eason Drive: July 15, entry gained through the door. Unknown property taken.

8100 block of Quarterfield: July 16, entry gained through the door. Unknown property taken.

1600 block of Woodruff Court: July 17, entry gained through the door. Purse and money taken. Total loss: unknown.

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