County police arrested two Laurel men and a youth Thursday in the holdup of a Laurel Roy Rogers outlet, county police said.
Amal Daniel Benson, 18, of the 200 block of Easton St. South, Mikal Ramone Evans, 17, and Terrence Antonio Brooks, 23, both of the 100 block of Easton St. South, were charged with armed robbery. Evans was charged as an adult.
Police said a former employee of the restaurant in the 3300 block of Laurel Fort Meade Road and two friends were armed with a gun and a knife when they forced open a glass panel that allowed them to open the door and sneak in as employees were arriving about 5 a.m.
The three accosted the manager at gunpoint, forced her to open a safe, took an undisclosed amount of money and ran away, police said. The manager, who was not identified, told police she recognized one of the robbers as a former employee.
The manager of a nearby hotel saw three men running from the store after the robbery and thought they might have been the same men he saw circling the restaurant in a car about midnight.
He gave police the car's tag number, which he had copied down, and police began checking the area.
A short time later, police said, they saw the car parked in front of an apartment in the 200 block of Easton St. South. As an officer drove past, two men who were standing near the car walked away and went into an apartment.
The officer waited outside until the two returned, then searched them and found money and ammunition, police said.
Police said they could see a kitchen knife believed to have been used in the robbery and hats and coats on the floor of the car. Police arrested the men and went to another apartment and arrested the occupant.
Robber gets cash from Hanover pizza shop
A man who appeared to be armed robbed a Hanover pizza shop Thursday of an undisclosed amount of money, police said.
Brad C. Fear, 22, a shop employee, told police that a man walked into the Domino's store in the 7500 block of Connelly Drive about 2: 30 p.m. and asked for directions.
The man asked if any other employees were in the building, then reached for his waistband, as if he were armed, and demanded money.
The clerk gave the man cash from the register, and the man fled west on Dorsey Road, police said. They searched the area but did not find the robber. The robber was described as white, between 25 and 30 years old and 6 feet tall with a thin build. He had a thin brown mustache and brown hair that was spiked on top and long in the back. The man was wearing a long-sleeved blue denim shirt and blue jeans.
Glen Burnie man nabs would-be burglar
A Glen Burnie man nabbed a would-be burglar Thursday after he saw the man behind his neighbor's home and his daughters heard the sound of breaking glass, police said.
Clarence C. Wright, 35, of no fixed address was charged with attempted burglary.
Paul W. Alt, 39, of the 1000 block of Fitzallen Road said he saw a man walk behind his neighbor's house about 7: 30 a.m. A short time later, Alt's daughters told him they heard a loud thumping and glass breaking at the neighbor's house, police said.
Alt looked outside and saw the man walking from behind the house toward Fitzallen Road. Alt walked outside and told the man to stop, police said. When he refused, Alt and his son caught the man and held him for police.
Police said they checked the neighbor's home and found broken glass and pry marks on both sides of the window and frame. Officers also discovered traces of blood.
Officers said they found a flat- head screwdriver in the man's pocket and a fresh cut on his left palm. He was arrested.
Student found with pager is arrested at school
An Annapolis High School student was arrested Monday after he was found carrying a pager in school.
Jeffrey Deauntrae McClure, 19, of the 1100 block of Madison St. in Annapolis was charged in the incident.
Sam Salamy, an administrator at the school in the 2700 block of Riva Road, called police shortly after 1 p.m. Monday when he noticed a student was wearing a pager. Police said McClure told them that the pager was his, but he forgot about it. He was arrested and taken to Southern District.
Pub Date: 10/06/96