Glen Burnie

August 31, 1993

Roy's Car Wash robbed as man menaces clerk

A man who claimed to have a gun robbed a Glen Burnie carwash Sunday night, county police reported yesterday.

Investigators said the man walked into Roy's Car Wash in the 900 block of Crain Highway at 9:40 p.m., gave the clerk a bag and told her to put all the money in it. While he was talking, he pointed another paper bag at her as if he had a gun inside it, police said.

The clerk put money in the bag and handed it back to the robber, who ran out the door and south on Crain Highway, police said.

Man, 32, accused of assaulting girl, 14

County police have charged a 32-year-old Glen Burnie man with a second-degree sex offense after a 14-year-old girl reported that she was assaulted early Saturday while she slept.

The girl told police she was spending the night at her girlfriend's apartment, along with others, and had fallen asleep. She said she awoke shortly after 2:30 a.m. to find a man on top of her.

She escaped and called police from a pay phone outside, the police report said.

Reme A. Vanalstine of the 6900 block of Glen Ridge Circle was charged in the incident.

Police seize cocaine,arrest three people

County police arrested three people and reported seizing--$550 worth of suspected crack cocaine in a raid Thursday on a Glen Burnie apartment.

William Edward Wheatfall, 20, and Joann Rachel Dandridge, 21, both of the 400 block of Secluded Post Circle; and William Franklin Wesley, 26, of the 3300 block of Barkesdale Road, Fayetteville, N.C., were charged with possession with intent to distribute cocaine and possession of cocaine.

Narcotics investigators said they searched the apartment on Secluded Post Circle at 11:55 p.m. after they received numerous complaints from neighbors about alleged drug trafficking and watched several people conduct alleged drug transactions in the parking lot.

OC The investigators said they also seized $680 and a 1991 Mazda.

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