Woman is charged in theft of packageCounty police arrested...

March 14, 1996

Woman is charged in theft of package

County police arrested a Glen Burnie woman Monday on-- --

charges of stealing a United Parcel Service package from a flower shop in the 1400 block of Crain Highway.

Debra Lynn Dixon, 27, of the 1400 block of Crain Highway was charged with theft. She is being held without bond.

Donald Ray Huff, owner of Hugg's Flower Shop, told police a UPS driver left a package for one of the tenants of an apartment in the building about 1: 30 p.m. Three hours later, a woman resident of another apartment came into the shop to ask Mr. Huff a question, police said. She took the package as she left, police said.

Police searched the woman's apartment, but did not find the package. One officer noticed a study Bible, police said, and later the woman for whom the package was intended told police it contained a study Bible and a sweater shaver.

Officers searched the first woman's apartment a second time and found the Bible, engraved with the other tenant's name, police said.

6 arrested, charged with indecent exposure

County police arrested six men on indecent exposure charges Monday stemming from separate incidents in a men's room at the Sears store in the 6600 block of Ritchie Highway in Glen Burnie.

Officers made the arrests after an investigation of complaints of lewd activity in the men's room.

Roy Bruce Barbacow, 40, of the 8300 block of Sail Court in Pasadena; Paul Woodruff Snyder, 75, of the 800 block of Pin Oak Road in Severna Park; James David Wertz, 40, of the 100 block of Arlington Ave. in Brooklyn Park; Robert Emory Vance, 48, of the 200 block of Creswell Road in Brooklyn Park; Charles Bernard Begin, 38, of the 2200 block of Sir Thomas Drive in Silver Spring; and Richard Ira Weeks, 57, of the 7000 block of Windsor Mill Road in Baltimore, were charged with indecent exposure.

Mr. Vance also was charged with fourth-degree sex offense and prostitution. Police said he allegedly propositioned an officer.

Pub Date: 3/14/96

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