Two teen-agers charged in drunken rampage Windows of vehicles smashed with a bat

June 18, 1996|By TaNoah Morgan | TaNoah Morgan,SUN STAFF

County police arrested a Glen Burnie man and a Brooklyn Park youth Sunday on charges that they went on a late-night, drunken rampage of window-smashing in the neighborhood between Brooklyn Park Elementary School and Holy Cross Cemetery.

Police said the windows and windshields of cars parked on Cresswell Road, Camrose Avenue, 14th Street and others were smashed with a softball bat.

Daniel Anthony Bowen, 18, of the 300 block of Glenwood Ave. in Glen Burnie and the youth, 17, were charged with destruction of property. The youth was released to the custody of his parents. Bail information on Bowen was not available. Police said they expect to make two more arrests.

Adam D. Boudris, 68, of the 300 block of Camrose Ave. called police shortly after midnight and told them he saw people riding in a dark Ford Bronco shatter the rear window of his 1990 Ford Dynasty and gave them a tag number for the Bronco.

His neighbor, William S. Henderson, told police he saw someone lean out of the passenger's side of the truck and hit Boudris' window with a bat, police said.

Residents from the 300 block of 14th Ave., the 300 block of Cresswell Road and other streets in the neighborhood later called police with complaints that their vehicle windows also had been smashed. They told police they saw the same truck with the same license plate police said.

Officers used the tag number to track down Bowen, who admitted being drunk and riding around in his Bronco with two others, smashing windows with a softball bat, police said.

Pub Date: 6/18/96

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