Assault suspect leads police on car chase

Police Blotter

January 07, 1996|By TaNoah V. Sterling NTC | TaNoah V. Sterling NTC,SUN STAFF

County police arrested an Annapolis man on assault, auto theft and burglary charges Friday after a car chase from Glen Burnie to his home.

Officers said a man had broken into the home of a Glen Burnie woman about 1 a.m., sexually assaulted her and stole her car.

The woman told police the man entered her home through a basement window, threatened to kill her several times, cut her hair with scissors and tore her clothes off before stealing her car.

Shortly after police received the call, an officer spotted a car matching the description traveling south on Interstate 97, police said.

The officer tried to pull the car over, but the driver sped off, leading police on a chase that ended at the suspect's home in the 1900 block of Lincoln Drive.

The man drove through a fence in the front yard before the car stopped, police said. He was arrested after a brief struggle in which Officer Robert Reyes Jr.'s leg was broken, police said.

Eddie Lamont Gilmore, 22, was charged with first-degree burglary, assault with a deadly weapon, assault and battery, auto theft, fourth-degree sexual assault, fleeing and eluding police and other traffic offenses. He was being held in lieu of $155,000 bail.

Handcuffed man escapes from county police officer

A man whose hands were handcuffed behind his back twisted away from a county patrolman's grasp Thursday night and fled, police said.

The officer chased the man, but fell into a ditch and lost sight of him, officers said.

Police used dogs and helicopters to search the area near Highland Drive, but were unable to find the man, police said.

Police had been called to the 300 block of Highland Drive in Glen Burnie just after midnight by someone who complained that two men were breaking into a nearby apartment. When Officer Jeffrey A. Little arrived, he found two men who said they were from outside Maryland.

Police arrested and handcuffed both. Officer Little took one suspect to his cruiser and held him with one hand as he removed items from the passenger's seat. The man twisted from the officer's grasp and ran away, police said.

Officer Little chased the man toward Klagg Court, but fell into the ditch, suffering cuts and bruises on his left leg, police said.

The other suspect, Yan Jacob Feldman, 19, of Reston, Va., was charged with fourth-degree burglary.

Police charge employee in restaurant break-in

County police have charged a Baltimore man with breaking into a Pasadena restaurant where he was employed and stealing money from the safe.

Police said Officer Allen Lee Muir made the arrest about 2 a.m. Thursday after he saw a man who appeared to be breaking into Chubby's Sub and Shake in the 2700 block of Mountain Road run to the rear of the restaurant.

Officer Muir said that he had noticed when he drove by earlier that the window in the front door was broken. A man was walking toward the side of the building, he said.

The officer pulled into Mansion House Drive to turn around and saw the man throw something next to the air conditioning unit in the rear of the building, police said.

When the officer pulled into the parking lot, the man ran to the patrol car with his hand bleeding. He told police he was there checking on the business and found the front window broken, police said.

Officer Muir got out of his car and followed the man toward the rear of the building, where he found a bank bag with an undisclosed amount of money next to the air conditioning unit, police said. The bag had fresh blood stains on it, police said.

The man returned and told the officer that he was an employee and that the everything inside the building was secure. But police found that the safe inside the restaurant had been opened with a key.

Tress Roman Belch, 22, of the 500 block of Arsan Ave. in Brooklyn was arrested and charged with second-degree burglary, theft and destruction of property.

Intruders drink liquor, steal guitar, camera from home

Someone broke into an Orchard Beach home Thursday, drank liquor and beer and escaped with a camera, an electric guitar and other items, all worth $2,000, county police said.

Joseph Michael Pollock told police that his wife left the house in the 700 block of Waterview Drive for work at 7:15 a.m. Mr. Pollock returned at 6:30 p.m. and found a side basement window was kicked out, police said.

The thieves escaped through a basement sliding glass door, police said.

Odenton laundromat clerk robbed by two men

A bandit who never showed a weapon threatened to shoot a 63-year-old clerk at an Odenton laundromat Thursday night if he turned around while an accomplice emptied the cash drawer, county police said.

The man entered the Coin Op Laundry in the 1600 block of Annapolis Road just after 10 p.m., ordered clerk Guk Gin Kim to turn around and threatened to shoot him, police said. Mr. Kim told officers that the man held something to the back of his head.

The bandit ordered Mr. Kim to get the money, then called for an accomplice, who came in and grabbed the money. The man told Mr. Kim to stay in the room for 10 minutes, and the two ran out the door, police said.

Gunman robs High's store after holding gun on clerk

A man armed with a black handgun robbed an Annapolis High's store of an undisclosed amount of money Thursday, county police said.

The man walked into the store across Generals Highway from the Annapolis Mall shortly before 7:30 a.m. with his gun drawn, police said. He pointed it at the clerk and demanded money. The clerk handed over an undisclosed amount and the man ran from the store, police said.

Officers did not have a description of the man.

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