Crofton * Odenton * Fort Meade * Gambrills


June 30, 1993

Store owner fined for selling venison

A District Court judge fined the owner of a Gambrills food market $1,000 yesterday for selling deer meat from his store last year.

Raymond M. Jerman, 52, who owns Jerman's IGA Foodliner on Route 175, also was given probation before judgment in the case.

Mr. Jerman was arrested in February 1992 by undercover officers from the Maryland Natural Resources Police, who said they bought 14 pounds of white-tailed deer meat from him in February 1992 and another 19 pounds in December.

Severn man injured in domestic dispute

A Severn man who jumped in the middle of a fight to protect his wife was hit in the head with a stove door Monday night and injured.

Carlie M. Barrot, 22, of the 1700 block of Richfield Drive was flown by state police MedEvac helicopter to the Maryland Shock Trauma Center in Baltimore. His condition changed from serious to good yesterday.

Police said a fight over children broke out in Mr. Barrot's home about 8:15 p.m. among several people. They said Mr. Barrot was struck when he stepped in to get his wife out of the confrontation.

As of yesterday, police had made no arrests in the case.

Jiffy Lube robbed of $300 in break-in

Someone broke into a Gambrills service station Sunday by throwing a rock through a window and stole $300 in cash.

Police responding to a burglar alarm sounding at the Jiffy Lube, in the 1100 block of Route 3 North, found a glass panel had been broken on the front door.

Officers said a large rock was used to break the glass. Once inside the service station, the thief stole

$300 from the cash register, police said.

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