Man arrested on weapons charges

January 24, 1995

A Glen Burnie man was arrested on weapons charges Sunday morning after the manager of a Linthicum bar was threatened with a 3-foot machete, county police said.

Dennis Rogers, 23, the manager of Ashley's Tavern in the 7200 block of Baltimore-Annapolis Blvd., told police the man was thrown out of the bar late Saturday night after arguing with another patron. He returned shortly before 1 a.m. Sunday with a machete and asked to speak to the manager, police said. The man then sat down at the bar and told Monica Sullivan, an employee, "You're going to see some fireworks now."

Ms. Sullivan called police, who arrested the man and took him to the Northern District station to be booked, authorities said.

Scott Alan Klima, 34, of the 300 block of Montfield Lane was charged with possession of a deadly weapon with the intent to injure, police said.

Drugs, gun, bomb book found; pair arrested

County police arrested two Pennsylvania men Sunday evening after a a Northern District officer found suspected drugs, a manual and ingredients for explosives and a Glock 9-mm handgun with a laser sight in a stolen car, county police said.

Officer Roger Crawford was on patrol in the 5000 block of Ritchie Highway about 6 p.m. when he noticed two men sitting in a 1994 Eagle Talon that was parked illegally. Officer Crawford went to the car and noticed that both men were holding open containers of beer. He arrested the pair for the open-container violation and searched them and the vehicle, police said.

The officer reported that he found a small amount of suspected marijuana, six bags of suspected methamphetamine, the manual and ingredients for the explosives and the handgun. He also learned that the car had been reported stolen from Lancaster, Pa., police said.

Douglas Lee Hersh, 25, of Bird in Hand, Pa., and David Raphael Cianci, 33, of Gap, Pa., were charged with car theft, possession of marijuana, possession of methamphetamines, open-container violations and handgun violations.

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