Pasadena man disappeared Oct. 2, still is sought


October 16, 1994|By Sun staff writer Gregory P. Kane compiled this report.

County police are looking for a Pasadena man who was last seen by his mother at their home the evening of Oct. 2, authorities said Friday.

Walter Herbert Bradbury of the 100 block of Meadow Road was reported missing by his mother, Deborah Yesker, shortly before 8 p.m. Oct. 4.

He has not been at his job at Foot Locker in the Eastport section of Annapolis, and his friends have not heard from him. His car, a black 1994 Mazda MX-3 with Maryland tags BDE-187, also is missing, police said.

Mr. Bradbury is 6 feet tall and weighs 175 pounds. He has blue eyes and short, neatly trimmed blond hair. He is clean-shaven and has a medium complexion. Police do not know what he was wearing when he disappeared.

Anyone with information about Mr. Bradbury should call Det. Sylvia Perry at 222-3468.

Woman charged with discharging gun

County police arrested a woman Thursday evening after she pointed handgun at a man during a dispute and then fired one shot, authorities said.

Ruby Marie Youngbar, 40, of the 300 block of Sangria Court of Pasadena was charged with assault and discharging a firearm in a residential area, police said.

Patrick Allen, 25, of Pasadena told police that he was standing in front of a house in the 300 block of Sangria Court about 7 p.m. when a woman came out and pointed a silver handgun at him. She yelled at Mr. Allen that she had warned him to stay off her property, then fired one shot from a .357 Ruger Blackhawk into the air, police said.

An Eastern District officer arrested the woman and recovered one spent round and the gun, which was loaded with .38-caliber ammunition, police said.

Man is charged with resisting arrest

A man protesting an arrest in Meade Village on Wednesday night was himself charged with disorderly conduct, county police said.

Norman Edward Johnson, 20, of the 1700 block of Meade Village Circle was charged with resisting arrest and disorderly conduct, police said.

Western District Officer Thomas Kohlmann was assisting another officer shortly before 10:30 p.m., when he heard a man cursing, police said. Because a large crowd had formed around both patrol men, Officer Kohlmann told the man to stop cursing )) and leave.

The man cursed Officer Kohlmann, who then told the suspect he was under arrest. When Officer Kohlmann tried to put handcuffs on the man, he pulled away. Both officers were able to subdue him with pepper Mace, police said.

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