P.G. man shot sitting in car in Pioneer City

February 01, 1994

A 27-year-old Prince George's County man was shot in the groin while sitting in a car with a friend Friday night in Pioneer City, county police reported.

Maurice Jackson of the 7600 block of Crippling Parkway, District Heights, was treated at Maryland Shock Trauma Center and released later in the day.

According to the police report, Mr. Jackson was sitting in a car with a friend in the 1900 block of Arwell Court at 8 p.m. when someone in the area began shooting.

After Mr. Jackson was hit in the groin, he and his friend got out of the car and ran for help, police said.

The pair ran to a home in the 8400 block of Pioneer Drive and banged on the door. A woman who lived there called police.

Police searched the area for the gunmen, but could not find anyone, the report said. Detectives said the investigation is continuing.

Odenton man robbed of money, cigarettes

An Odenton man told police he was robbed by four men on New Cut Road late Saturday.

Patrick Marcel Dyer, 26, said he was walking near Burns Crossing Road at 11 p.m. when a black Jeep Wrangler pulled up alongside him.

Two of the four men inside got out. One hit Mr. Dyer in the face with a gun and the other started kicking him, the police report said.

The pair took $147 out of Mr. Dyer's pocket and a pack of cigarettes before getting back in the jeep and driving away.

Mr. Dyer, of the 300 block of Lokus Road, was taken to Anne Arundel Medical Center and treated for his injuries, the police report said.

Woman raped by two who broke into home

A 33-year-old woman told police she was raped by two men in her Meade Village apartment Friday night.

According to the police report, two men knocked on the woman's door at 10 p.m. and began talking to her. They asked if they could come in and she refused, according to police.

The men forced their way into the apartment and raped her, police said.

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