Glen Burnie

February 08, 1993

Argument between friends ends in shooting

A Glen Burnie man was shot in the leg Friday night after getting into a fight with a friend while watching television.

Police said Michael Anthony Ridenour, 29, asked Jeffrey Allen Passero, 33, of the 200 block of Baltimore Ave. to leave his home in the 400 block of Lincoln Ave. in Glen Burnie about 7 p.m. The two got into a fight and Mr. Ridenour threw his friend out the door and into a hallway of the apartment complex, police said.

Mr. Ridenour then allegedly left and got a .22-caliber revolver and confronted Mr. Passero.

After again asking Mr. Passero to leave, Mr. Ridenour told police, his friend made a sudden move toward him. One round was fired from the gun, hitting Mr. Passero in the right leg, police said.

Mr. Passero was taken by ambulance to North Arundel Hospital, where he remained hospitalized yesterday.

Mr. Ridenour was charged with using a firearm in the commission of a felony and maiming by shooting.

Restaurant manager robbed Saturday night

The manager of a Shoney's restaurant was robbed while he was making a late deposit Saturday night in Glen Burnie, county police said.

A man ran up to the manager's car at 8:40 p.m. while he was depositing the money at a bank on Ordnance Road and said, "You know what time it is," police said. The robber then grabbed the bag and ran away, police said.

Police said they searched the area but could not find the robber. They did not know how much money was taken.

POLICE LOG

* Old Mill: Burglars stole $4,200 worth of musical equipment, including an electronic keyboard and two monitor speakers, from the Calvary Temple church in the 600 block of Old Mill Road Tuesday or Wednesday.

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