Reward is offered in robbery Victim was leaving doughnut shop

November 05, 1993

Annapolis police are offering a $500 reward for information leading to an arrest in an armed robbery Sept. 27 outside a Dunkin' Donuts in the 2000 block of West St.

The victim, whom police did not identify, was leaving the store about 6:05 a.m. when a man approached him from behind and asked for money. When the victim offered food, the robber repeated his demand for money and pulled his left hand, which was wrapped in a dark-colored shirt, from behind his back.

The victim, afraid his assailant had a gun under the shirt, turned over his money. The robber walked toward Gilbraltor Avenue.

Anyone with information should call the Crime Solvers hot line at 267-8888. Police say the calls will remain confidential and ask callers to refer to case number 93-37.

Charter captain charged with fishing violations

Maryland Natural Resources Police have charged an Edgewater charter boat captain with catching more striped bass than is allowed by law.

Officers searched the charter boat "Carolyn II" on the Chesapeake Bay Tuesday and found 17 striped bass aboard, more than twice the number allowed for the captain and his four passengers under the law.

The law also forbids charter boat captains from taking or possessing rockfish while on a charter outing.

The boat was operated by Louis G. Napfel, 62, of Fairview Drive.

His passengers, Allan W. Napfel, 38, of Buena Vista Avenue in Arnold, Scott L. Young, 46, of Hemlock Trail in Crownsville, John R. Kasprzak, 35, of Hampton Road in Annapolis and Joseph A. Kasprzak, 35, of Gough Street in Baltimore, also were charged with two counts each of taking and possessing striped bass over the daily limit.

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