Glen Burnie

December 29, 1992

Pair charged in incident in hotel room

A casual encounter in a Glen Burnie bar and a missing wallet led to the arrest of a man on a charge of filing a false report and a Pasadena woman on a theft charge, police said.

The incident began shortly before 3 a.m. Sunday, when William Eversman met Linda Lee Tolson in a bar. The pair decided to get a hotel room at the Holiday Inn in the 6300 block of Ritchie Highway, police said.

Mr. Eversman allegedly first told police that Ms. Tolson left the room because she had to make a phone call. He allegedly said she returned a short time later with another man, who stole his wallet containing $25 at gunpoint, the police report said.

He said the man left in a U-Haul truck with a three-digit license plate number. An officer found the truck on Route 648 in Marley and stopped the driver, a woman. An unidentified man was a passenger.

Police found Mr. Eversman's wallet in the truck. Officers questioned the three people, and Mr. Eversman acknowledged that he was too embarrassed to report what really happened in the hotel room.

He said he was taking a shower in the hotel room and when he came out, his wallet and Ms. Tolson were gone. He allegedly told police there was never a man with a gun in the room.

Ms. Tolson, 32, of the 200 block of Bar Harbor Road in Pasadena, and Mr. Eversman, 45, of the first block of Lincoln Ave. in Glen Burnie, were taken to Northern District to be charged.

Teen-ager accused of assaulting girl

A 17-year-old boy was charged with assault after a teen-age girl told police he beat her Thursday night outside a Glen Burnie pool hall.

According to the police report, officers were called to Jack and Jill's Cue Club in the 500 block of Crain Highway at 10:45 p.m. A 17-year-old girl told officers that another teen-ager had hit and kicked her in the face, chest and shoulders.

A short time later, officers found the 17-year-old Severna Park teen-ager the girl alleged assaulted her at North Arundel Hospital, being treated for a small scratch on his neck.

Police charged the boy with assault and disorderly conduct, the police report said.

Millersville man robbed of $80

A 37-year-old Millersville man told police he was robbed of $80 while walking to a mailbox at Oakwood Road and Mayflower Circle in Glen Burnie Saturday.

Investigators said the robber walked up to the man at 10:15 p.m., put his hand on his shoulder, said he had a gun and demanded money. The man handed the cash over, and the robber ran down the street.

Jhe victim could not give a complete description of the robber.


* Glen Burnie: Burglars broke into the Carvel Ice Cream store in the 300 block of Hospital Drive Tuesday night and took $1,200.

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