3 beat Jessup man, rob him of ring worth $1,500A Jessup...

July 16, 1996

3 beat Jessup man, rob him of ring worth $1,500

A Jessup man lured from a bar by three strangers Sunday was beaten and robbed by the trio while riding in their car, Howard County police said.

Monroe Clarence Feeser, 40, of the 7400 block of Assateague Drive was bruised but not seriously injured, police said.

The crime occurred about 1: 25 a.m. Sunday when two women and a man appeared to befriend Feeser at Robinson's Country Inn in North Laurel. They asked him if he wanted to join them at a nearby party and he agreed, police said.

Feeser left with the group in a blue or green Ford Mustang. He was driven to a parking lot at Manorwood Road and U.S. 1 in North Laurel, where he was beaten and robbed of a $1,500 gold and diamond ring, police said.

One of the female suspects was decribed as white, 20 to 25, 5-foot-6 and weighing 120 pounds. The other female suspect, also white, was described as 25 to 30, 5-foot-4 and about 115 pounds, police said.

The third suspect is a 6-foot white male, 20 to 25 and weighing 175 pounds, police said.

Jessup woman injured by carjacker who stole van

A carjacker struck a Jessup woman over the head and stole her van after she stopped to use a pay phone Saturday, Howard County police said.

Jennifer Rose Sellner, 28, of the 2000 block of Citrus Avenue was not seriously injured, police said.

The crime occurred about 2 a.m., shortly after Sellner parked her van near Oceano Avenue and Assateague Drive to make a phone call. She was surprised from behind, struck on the head and knocked to the ground by an assailant who drove off in her van, police said.

Seller could not provide a description of the carjacker, police said.

Her vehicle is a burgundy 1988 Chevrolet van with Maryland tags police said.

Police log

North Laurel: 9200 block of Bridle Path Lane: A red 1992 Geo Metro with Maryland tags CMR 465 was stolen Friday.

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