Glen Burnie man accused of shoving officer during questioning

April 28, 1994

County police arrested a Glen Burnie man Monday night after he allegedly pushed aside an officer who had attempted to question him about drinking alcoholic beverages in the parking lot of the Red Carpet Inn in the 1600 block of Annapolis Road, officials said.

The incident began about 9:30 p.m. when Officer Roger Martin, who was on routine patrol in the Western District, noticed three men standing between cars on the motel parking lot, police said.

Officer Martin drove over after seeing that they were holding cups in their hands, police said. One man began arguing with him when he told them to get rid of any alcohol they had and leave the lot.

When the man pushed past him, Officer Martin tried to arrest him, then summoned backups. Three officers struggled with the man before handcuffing him.

James Edward Williamson, 48, of the 400 block of Glen Mar Circle was charged with battery and resisting arrest, police said.

Man charged in assault in racetrack rest room

A Laurel man was charged with one count of battery after he allegedly beat and attempted to rob a man in a rest room at the Laurel Race Course, county police said.

William Carl Jahn, 53, of Hyattsville was attacked about 5:30 p.m. Sunday by two men who tried to take his money.

A track security guard heard Mr. Jahn shouting and went to help him. On his way, a man brushed past him and said, "I had nothing to do with it."

Later, the guard spotted the man leaving the track, stopped him and brought him back inside when Mr. Jahn identified him as one of his assailants.

Larry Darnell Hebron, 35, of the 9900 block of Harmony Lane was charged in the attack.

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