Model home ransacked

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March 06, 1997

Model home ransacked; two men arrested

Police arrested two men yesterday on charges of ransacking a model home in Stoney Beach and throwing its furniture into Stoney Creek, county police said.

Anthony Petraglia, 22, of the 200 block of Tolstoy Lane in Severna Park and John D. Bunn, 21, of the 7900 block of Waterview Drive in Stoney Creek were charged with burglary and malicious destruction of property.

Police were called to Stoney Beach about 2: 30 a.m. by a neighbor who reported a burglary. Officers Andrew Albach and James Schreiber were on their way to the model home in the 1400 block of Rivermist Court when they were told that two men had left in a red Jeep, police said.

Albach and Schreiber saw a red Jeep at Edwin Raynor Boulevard and Mountain Road a few minutes later and stopped it. The only man in the Jeep fitted the description of one of the burglars, police said.

After police arrested him, he told officers that the door to the model home was unlocked and that he and the other man went in and threw furniture into Stoney Creek, police said.

The man gave police an address for the other man, who lives a few blocks from the model home, and police arrested him.

Wendy's in Glen Burnie robbed by gunman

A man with a handgun robbed a Wendy's restaurant in Glen Burnie Tuesday, county police said.

The man, who was described as wearing a pink knit hat and a green Army jacket, walked into the restaurant in the 6700 block of Ritchie Highway shortly before 8: 30 p.m., showed the manager a handgun and demanded cash.

The manager gave the man an undisclosed amount of money, and the robber ran toward the Glen Ridge apartments, police said.

Police did not have a detailed description of the gunman.

2 in car arrested on marijuana charges

County police arrested two men on drug charges Tuesday after an officer found marijuana in their car in Severn, county police said.

Errol Kerns, 18, of the 8600 block of Catherine Ave. in Pasadena and Lawrence Franklin, 20, of the 400 block of Burnwood Road were charged with possession and possession with intent to distribute marijuana, and possession of drug paraphernalia.

Officer Thomas Trott stopped a blue Ford Escort on Stillmeadows Drive near Falcon Court about 4: 30 p.m., police said. They did not say why the officer stopped the car.

Officer Stephen Torbeck, who was helping Trott, saw a bag of what later tested positive for marijuana in plain view on the passenger-side floor, police said.

Police ordered the men out of the car, searched it and found a bag containing about 4 ounces of marijuana with a street value of $1,100, police said.

Police arrested the men and seized the Escort.

Armed man robs Linthicum restaurant

An armed man robbed a Kentucky Fried Chicken restaurant in Linthicum Tuesday, county police said.

A man wearing a black ski mask and carrying a small, dark-colored revolver walked into the restaurant in the 700 block of Nursery Road about 9 p.m., jumped over the service counter and ordered the manager to remove a tape from a surveillance camera while he took money from the registers, police said.

The man took the tape from the manager and waited until the time-delay safe opened, then herded the employees into the freezer, took money and fled.

Police with dogs and a helicopter searched unsuccessfully for the man.

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