Glen Burnie

October 09, 1992

Robbers hit 7-Eleven, steal cash, cigarettes

Two men robbed a Glen Burnie convenience store at 10 p.m. Wednesday, county police reported.

Detectives said the men walked into a 7-Eleven in the 7100 block of Ritchie Highway and ordered the clerks to lie on the floor. They took money and cigarettes. One robber, who was armed with a handgun, was described as a black man about 6 feet tall, wearing blue jeans, blue shorts and a blue hat. The second robber was described as a black man, about 5 feet 6 inches tall, wearing a plaid shirt and a bright yellow baseball hat.

Cub Scout Pack 474 welcomes new Bobcats

Cub Scout Pack 474, sponsored by Harundale Presbyterian Church, welcomed new Scouts at its Sept. 24 meeting at Woodside Elementary.

The new scouts have met the seven requirements, such as the Scout salute and handshake, to enter the pack as "Bobcats." The new inductees are Raymond Jonassen, Robbie Dorsey, Douglas McGowan, Jr., Jon-Michael Broughton, Joshua Broughton, Brian Swain, Cristoper Knuden and Trey Greene.

At the same meeting, three Scouts were awarded the Webelos Badge: fourth-graders Stephen Parker, Patrick Semke and Scott Snyder.

Stephen and Scott also earned the Fitness and Engineer Activity badges. In addition, Scott earned the Fitness and Soccer Sport Pins and Stephen earned his Swimming Sport Pin.

Other Scouts who received recognition are Daniel Turcotte, who earned the Golf Belt Loop, and Matthew Bunce, who was awarded the Forester Activity Badge.

Woman reports attempted car theft

A 19-year-old Glen Burnie woman told police two men tried to car-jack her Honda in the parking lot of Glen Burnie High Wednesday night.

Rhonda J. Major, of the 400 block of Glenwood Road, said she was leaving her night classes at 10 p.m.

when two men walked up to her in the parking lot. One said he was going to take her 1990 Honda. The other man laughed at Ms. Major as she got into her car and drove away.

Police said one of the men was wearing a ski mask, and the pair followed her out of the parking lot in a small, red car.

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