Glen Burnie

September 29, 1992

Man seriously injured in attempted carjacking

A Glen Burnie man was seriously injured Saturday night after three men tried to carjack the 1987 Honda Accord in which he was riding, county police reported.

The 32-year-old man and his 29-year-old girlfriend, who was driving, were at the intersection of Baltimore-Annapolis Boulevard and Ritchie Highway at 10:18 p.m. when three men walked up to the car.

Two of the men stood at the driver's side door, another on the passenger side. They demanded the keys to the car, and the woman agreed to hand them over.

As she started to take the keys out of the ignition, the attacker on the passenger side began hitting the man with a bottle, police said, cutting him on the head.

The driver sped off and took her boyfriend to North Arundel dTC Hospital, where he was given more than 30 stitches before being released.

License plate stolen off car outside home

The front license plate of a car belonging to Ronald Glen Fulton, 23, of the 100 block of N. Charter Road, was reportedly stolen sometime between Thursday night and Friday morning, police said.

Mr. Fulton said his 1979 Chevrolet Nova was parked in front of his home. There was no damage to the car.

Husband charged with battering wife

A 27-year-old Glen Burnie man was charged with battery in the assault of his wife during an argument Thursday.

Shawn Denise Harris, 26, of the 100 block of Faywood Court, told police she and her husband, Charles Emory, got into an argument because she had gone out. When she returned, he refused to let her in the door.

After she knocked for a while, he opened the door, punched her head into the wall and pushed her around the apartment, police said.

Mr. Harris was taken to Northern District station to be charged.

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