Glen Burnie

July 06, 1993

5 arrested on drug charges after raid

Five people were arrested on drug charges early Friday when police raided a Glen Burnie apartment.

Members of the Eastern District's Narcotics Team, armed with a search and seizure warrant, entered the apartment in the 7900 block of Nolpark Court about 12:15 a.m. Friday. The apartment is in the Glenview Garden complex.

Mark Andrew Smith, 32, of the first block of Glen Ridge Road, Glen Burnie, was charged with two counts of cocaine distribution. Thomas Wesley Stowe, 30, of the 7900 block of Nolpark Court, was charged with conspiracy to distribute cocaine. Jacob Aaron Davis, 19, of Norfolk, Va., and Samuel Kevin Sheldon, 19, of Brooklyn, N.Y., were charged with possession of marijuana. A juvenile also was charged with possession with intent to distribute cocaine.

Police said their investigation is continuing and more arrests are expected.

Armed man robs convenience store

A man with a knife robbed a Glen Burnie convenience store of an undetermined amount of money early Friday, county police said.

The man walked into the 7-Eleven store on Greenway S.E. about 2 a.m. and pretended to buy a candy bar. Once at the register, he pulled out a wood-handled knife, demanded money from the clerk and ran out of the store.

Police officers using search dogs were unable to find the man, described as a white male, 26 or 27 years old, 5 feet, 6 inches tall and weighing 165 to 170 pounds. He had short brown hair, a mustache and glasses and was wearing a T-shirt and jeans.

Gas station attendant robbed at gunpoint

A Glen Burnie Exxon station attendant was robbed just before 2 a.m. yesterday when a man entered the store, inserted a small caliber handgun into the change slot and demanded money.

The attendant tripped a foot pedal alarm to summon police to the station at 6701 Ritchie Highway as the suspect fled toward Governor Ritchie Plaza. Police were continuing to search for a suspect.

Two men linked to robbery at Macy's

Two men are suspected of stealing 40 Polo shirts worth more than $4,500 last week from Macy's department store at Marley Station Mall.

Police said the men entered the Polo department about 9:15 p.m. Wednesday, grabbed 30 Polo shirts and 10 Polo Rugby shirts from a rack, then left and drove off in a late model, two-door, red Nissan Pulsar.

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