Knife-wielding man robs convenience storeA man armed with...

POLICE BEAT

September 23, 1992

Knife-wielding man robs convenience store

A man armed with a knife robbed a Glen Burnie convenience store early yesterday morning.

Investigators said the man walked into the Royal Farms store in the 200 block of Oak Manor Road at 2:40 a.m. and threatened the clerk with an eight-inch knife.

The clerk gave the robber the money and he was last seen leaving the store. Police described the robber as a white man, about 6 feet tall with a thin build. He was wearing a gray shirt and blue jeans. He had brown short hair.

Pasadena man arrested in drug case

County police have charged a 30-year-old Pasadena man with distribution of cocaine after they stopped him at the Goodyear store at the intersection of Ritchie Highway and B&A Boulevard Monday.

Investigators said they received a tip that crack cocaine was going to be delivered to the Glen Burnie area. They stopped a man who fit the description of the suspect and found six plastic bags with crack cocaine after they searched his car.

Robert William Sheckells III of the 400 block of New Jersey Avenue also was charged with possession with intent to distribute.

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