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July 24, 1992

Shooting suspect gives himself up

One of two men sought in the fatal shooting of a 21-year-old Annapolis man two weeks ago surrendered to city police without incident Wednesday night.

Kevin L. North, 25, of Beaver Falls, Pa., was arrested at an apartment in the 400 block of Quarterfield Road in Glen Burnie, where he had been living for several months, police said. He was charged with first-degree murder and is being held without bond in the Anne Arundel County Detention Center.

Annapolis police still are searching for a second man in the slaying of Rudolph C. Holland, 21, who was found shot to death in the stairwell of a housing complex July 9.

A second arrest warrant has been issued charging Anthony T. Lumpkin, 29, of Edgewater, with the murder, the first in the city in a year and a half.

Police believe the shooting on Clay Street in Town Pines Court was drug-related because they found several bags of cocaine in the stairwell.

4 men arrested on drugs charges

County police charged four men with possession with intent to distribute cocaine in Freetown Village yesterday morning.

At 12:50 a.m., police received a complaint from a neighborhood resident that four men were dealing drugs on Willie Johnson Court. When officers confronted the men, they noticed a change purse on the ground near the suspects.

Inside the purse, they found 25 small plastic bags of crack cocaine, police said.

When the officers started handcuffing the men, one of them reportedly punched two officers and broke free. After a short chase, the officers caught him.

Lionel Green, 30, of the 100 block of Warwickshire Lane in Glen Burnie; Don Antonio Keith, 19, of the 8000 block of Solley Road in Glen Burnie; Jerome Shelton Johnson, 18, of the 7800 block of Cutrose Court in Pasadena; and Jackie Parker, 18, of the 7500 block of East Howard Road in Glen Burnie, were taken to Northern District station to be charged.

Mr. Parker also was charged with assault.

Beer deliveryman robbed of $177

A beer delivery man was robbed Wednesday outside a Brooklyn Park tavern, county police said.

Investigators said a man pointed a gun at the victim as he left Lucke's Tavern on Belle Grove Road at 4:45 p.m. A second robber demanded the victim's money.

The victim turned over $97 he had collected for beer delivered to the tavern, as well as $80 of his own money.

Police described the first robber as a black man about 5 feet 8 inches tall, wearing a green hooded sweat shirt and jeans. The second robber was described as a black man about 5 feet 8 inches tall.

The robbers left the area in a white Ford Fairmount, police said.

Glen Burnie man stabbed in dispute

A Glen Burnie man was stabbed in the ribs with a screwdriver Wednesday during an argument with a friend over money, county police reported.

Investigators said Scott D. Milligan, 28, of the 100 block of Country Club Drive, and William Henry Imwald, 31, of the 8600 block of Heathermill Road in Baltimore, were arguing over money at Bill's Auto Body in Glen Burnie, where they both worked.

Police said Mr. Imwald had been fired from his job as a mechanic and broke Mr. Milligan's windshield before stabbing him with a screwdriver. Mr. Imwald was charged with assault with intent to maim, police said.

Arsonist sought in Pasadena fire

Fire investigators were looking yesterday for the culprit who ,, poured gasoline inside a vacant Pasadena home and set it on fire Wednesday night.

Capt. Gary Sheckells, a fire department spokesman, said police called firefighters to the home in the 8000 block of Edwin Raynor Boulevard at 8:20 p.m. When firefighters arrived, almost the entire house was engulfed in flames.

Captain Sheckells said the arsonist poured gasoline in several -- rooms of the house before setting it on fire. Damage to the house was estimated at $77,000, Captain Sheckells said.

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