Gunman robs woman at bank branch

September 14, 1994

An Edgewood woman was robbed at gunpoint Monday night at the drive-through automated teller machine at the Maryland National Bank branch in the 6700 block of Ritchie Highway, county police said.

Amanda Patricia Rice, 26, was not injured in the incident, police said. She had driven up to the machine shortly after 8:30 p.m. A man approached her from behind, pulled out a handgun and demanded $100, police said.

Ms. Rice gave the gunman the cash. He ran to the rear of the Glen Burnie Mall and escaped, police said.

Woman's wallet stolen at mall

A Harundale woman had her wallet stolen by two women Sunday afternoon in a restroom of the Hecht's store in Marley Station Mall, county police said.

Anita J. King, 65, told police she went into the restroom of Hecht's around 3:30 p.m. She hung her purse on the hook of the stall door. A woman outside the stall distracted her by asking for some toilet paper and reached her hand under the door. When Ms. Hill handed it to her, another woman apparently lifted her purse off the hook, took her wallet and replaced the purse, police said.

The wallet and its contents were worth $50, police said.

Woman arrested after drug raid at home

Narcotics detectives arrested a Glen Burnie woman on drug charges Monday night after raiding her home in the 100 block of Highland Road, county police said.

Cindy Troutman Wright, 33, was charged with possession with intent to distribute PCP. Detectives seized PCP with a street value of $400 in the 8:30 p.m. raid, police said.

Narcotics officers got a warrant to search the house after neighbors complained about drug dealing there. Undercover officers bought parsley flakes treated with PCP before they sought the warrant, police said.

Liquid PCP was found in several 1-ounce vanilla bottles and PCP-treated parsley flakes in individual packages and a large glass jar, police said.

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