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ANNAPOLIS/SOUTH COUNTY --

October 02, 1992

Glen Burnie man, 36, arrested after car chase

Less than a month after he surrendered to Annapolis police on drug charges, Shirley Mitchell Brown was arrested again, this time on a charge of possessing crack cocaine and several motor vehicle violations.

An Annapolis police officer who was patrolling the area near City Dock gave chased Wednesday afternoon after a 1992 Ford Mustang allegedly failed to stop for two pedestrians crossing Randall Street, police said.

The officer caught up with the car a few blocks away and searched the occupants, allegedly finding crack cocaine in Mr. Brown's mouth and four rocks of crack tucked in the sock of a passenger, police said.

Mr. Brown, 36, of the 7800 block of Tall Pines Court, Glen Burnie, and the passenger, Dennis Day, 45, of the 800 block of Brook Court, Annapolis, were both charged with possession with the intent to distribute and having open alcoholic containers in the car. Mr. Brown was also charged with failure to stop, giving police a fictitious name, and other motor vehicle violations.

Mr. Brown turned himself in last month on several drug charges after escaping from police in a high-speed chase down Forest Drive and Spa Road.

Easton man robbed at self-storage business

A 34-year-old Easton man was robbed at gunpoint Tuesday at the Lock-N-Leave self storage in Annapolis.

According to investigators, Mr. William Neiderberger was working behind the counter of the storage business in the 2000 block of Trout

Road at 6:05 p.m. when the gunman walked in and demanded money.

Mr. Neiderberger turned over the cash, and the robber ordered him to lie on the floor until he left.

Mr. Neiderberger described the gunman as white, in his mid-20s, 5 feet 8 inches tall with short brown hair. He was wearing a dark blue Notre Dame warm-up jacket and a white shirt.

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