Man arrested on weapons charges

July 16, 1996

Police arrested a Glen Burnie man Friday on charges he fired a rifle on the Baltimore-Annapolis Trail that hit the outside of a house.

William Henry Marsh Jr., 40, of the 200 block of Linden Ave. was charged with reckless endangerment and carrying a concealed weapon.

Danny Garlic called police to the 100 block of Linden Ave. shortly after 8 p.m. and told them he heard a gun fired on the B & A Trail behind his house, and that the bullet landed in his yard.

Officer Edward Smith checked Garlic's back yard and found a bullet hole in the aluminum siding of his house. Garlic told police he saw the shooter run toward Baltimore-Annapolis Boulevard, police said.

A witness said he followed a trench-coat-clad man as he ran from the trail to a house in the 200 block of Linden Ave.

Officers went to the house and saw a man fitting the suspect's description inside holding a rifle. Police could see the green trench coat on a couch.

They knocked on the door and a man came to the door unarmed, police said. Officers arrested the man and seized a Norinco rifle.

Glen Burnie driver seized on gun, other charges

A Glen Burnie man was arrested Friday and charged with illegal possession of a handgun after an officer stopped him for speeding near Dorsey Road, police said.

Jerome Flynn Knox, 28, of the 8100 block of Harold Court also was charged with failing to return a rental car.

Officer Charles A. Knight stopped a man shortly before 3 a.m. on Locust Avenue near Dorsey Road after he clocked a car doing 70 mph in a 45-mph zone, police said.

When he checked the man's license, he found the driver was wanted for not returning the rented 1995 Chevrolet Cavalier he was driving.

Police arrested the man and searched the car, where they found a .38-caliber revolver under the driver's seat. The man did not have a permit to carry the gun.

Laurel man, Baltimore woman charged in clothing theft

A Laurel man and a Baltimore woman were arrested Friday on charges they stole $313 worth of clothing from Macy's in Marley Station, county police said.

Bernard J. Anderson, 24, of the 1100 block of Cherry Hill Lane and Diantris Stewart, 20, of the 700 block of Monroe St. were charged with felony theft.

A security guard told police he saw a man and a woman take several shirts and shorts into a dressing room shortly before 8 p.m. When they left minutes later, the man was not carrying any clothes and the woman had on all the clothes that they took into the fitting room, he said.

The guard stopped the couple as they left the store and held them for police.

Police log

Glen Burnie: Someone broke into the Precision Tune in the 7200 block of Ritchie Highway on Saturday and stole $130. Officers responding to a burglar alarm about 5 a.m. found one of the glass doors broken and wet footprints inside the building. The cash register had been pried open.

Pub Date: 7/16/96

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