Driver cut off, then beaten on B-W Parkway shoulder

Police blotter

June 23, 1996|By TaNoah Morgan | TaNoah Morgan,SUN STAFF

A Severn man was beaten almost unconscious Thursday by an aggressive driver who cut him off several times as both were heading north on the Baltimore Washington Parkway, county police said.

Joseph Anthony Disilvestri, 46, of the 1900 block of Galetown Drive was punched several times in the face and left semiconscious, but he was not hospitalized, police said.

Disilvestri told police he was nearing the Route 175 exit from the parkway about 6: 30 p.m. when he saw a gray car driving recklessly. The driver kept cutting in front of Disilvestri, almost causing accidents, and making obscene gestures at him, police said.

As Disilvestri tried to get off the highway at Route 175, the man cut in front of him again, police said.

Disilvestri and the other driver stopped their cars on the shoulder of the road and the driver ran up to Disilvestri's car, opened the door, punched Disilvestri several times in the face, then drove off.

Woman, 25, accepts ride from stranger, is raped

A 25-year-old Baltimore woman who got into a car with a stranger in Curtis Bay Thursday was raped in the woods off Race Road in Hanover, county police said.

The woman was picked up at the corner of Pennington and Patapsco avenues shortly after 2 p.m. by a man who drove her to Race Road, where he pulled a large knife, forced her out of the car and raped her, police said.

The man drove away after the assault and the woman walked to a nearby construction site, where she called police.

Glen Burnie man is shot in stomach in robbery try

A Glen Burnie man was shot in the stomach Thursday by a man who tried to rob him as he waited at a traffic signal in Ferndale, county police said.

Curtis Eugene Bordeaux, 20, of the first block of Virginia Ave., was treated at the Maryland Shock Trauma Center and released.

Bordeux told police that he was waiting for a light to change at the intersection of Route 648 and 1st Avenue about 8: 30 p.m. when two men, one armed with a gun, walked up to his car and demanded money.

Bordeaux got out of the car and showed the men he had no money and the gunman shot him in the stomach, police said.

Bordeaux ran away and the gunman continued to fire at him. They then got into a blue Thunderbird and drove off, police said.

Bordeaux got back into his car, drove home and called police. Officers did not have detailed descriptions of the culprits.

2 boys, each 13, charged in beating, robbery attempt

County police arrested two 13-year-old Brooklyn Park youths Thursday on charges of beating and trying to rob another 13-year-old boy, authorities.

The youths, one from the 900 block of Herndon Court and the other from the 3600 block of 10th Street were charged with attempted strong-arm robbery and released to their parents.

The victim, who was not hospitalized, told police he was walking down 11th Avenue near Victory Avenue about 3: 30 p.m. when two boys stopped him and asked if he had any money.

When he told the pair that he did, but refused to give it to them, one of them punched him in the mouth and pushed him to the ground as the other kicked him.

A witness found two bike patrol officers and told them of the attack, police said. The officers rode to the scene, where they found two 13-year-old boys fitting the description of the assailants, but did not find the victim until after he called police to report the assault.

Pumphrey man charged with shoplifting at K mart

County police arrested a Pumphrey man Thursday on charges of shoplifting $143 worth of items from a Glen Burnie K mart, county police said.

Alfred Carter, 42, of the 200 block of Bishop Ave. was charged with theft.

Howard Bauer, a security guard for the store in the 6700 block of Ritchie Highway, told police he saw a man take power tools from a store display about 5 p.m. and hide them in a bag. Later, the man took several packages of batteries, put them in the cuffs of his jeans, and walked out of the store without paying.

Bauer caught the man and held him for police.

Vandals spray-paint graffiti on school, 2 businesses

Someone spray painted graffiti on walls at two Severn businesses and an elementary school overnight Wednesday, police said.

Police said they believe the incidents are related because the locations are within three miles of each other and there were similar writings on the buildings.

Administrators at Ridgeway Elementary School in the 1400 block of Evergreen Road discovered shortly before 8 a.m. Thursday several symbols and "Sean Buck" and "TRO" spray painted on two outside classrooms and on the back wall of the main building, police said.

Three hours later, Frank N. Eberle, owner of Eberle Automotive in the 8200 block of Quarterfield Road called police to report that vandals had spray painted "Zero" "Yip II" and "SC" on the back wall of his garage.

An hour later, Christopher D. Carrigan, manager of Severn Liquors in the 8200 block of WB&A Road told police he discovered that vandals had spray painted symbols, "SC" and "Entro" on the north wall of the store.

Pub Date: 6/23/96

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