3 held in Southbridge Drive shooting

September 13, 1994

Three men were arrested Sunday night in connection with the shooting of a Glen Burnie man during an argument on Southbridge Drive, police said.

Tyrone Donnell Smith, 36, of the 7800 block of Southampton Drive was hit by several bullets, police said. He was treated and released from North Arundel Hospital.

The shooting occurred around 7:30 p.m. Police said they believe it may have stemmed from a fight Mr. Smith had earlier in the day. The man whom he had fought, accompanied by two other men, confronted Mr. Smith as he walked to his car on Southbridge Drive. One of the men pulled out a handgun and fired, police said. The gunman then ran as his two companions drove off.

Police said the suspected gunman was taken into custody later at his apartment and the two alleged accomplices were arrested after police broadcast a description of their car.

Theodore Nathaniel Holmes Jr. 29, of the 7800 block of Winborne Drive was charged with assault with intent to murder, attempted first-degree murder and a handgun violation. Gerald Alberto Wallace, 36, and Roscoe Gregory Siscoe, 20, were charged with attempted first-degree murder. Mr. Wallace has no fixed address. Mr. Siscoe lives in the 500 block of Cherry Hill Road in Baltimore, police said.

Homeless' man arrested for work-for-food sign

A man who was holding a sign that read "Homeless. Will work for food," was arrested Sunday morning for violating the county's huckster's ordinance, police said.

Officer Keith Light was on routine patrol when he saw the man at the corner of East Ordnance Road and Ritchie Highway around 11 a.m. Officer Light recognized the suspect as a man he had arrested in June for robbery.

He asked the man if he had a county permit to advertise his services in exchange for food. When the man said he didn't, Officer Light arrested him, police said.

Kenneth Roy Moreland, 30, lists his address as the 900 block of Victory Ave. in Brooklyn Park, police said.

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