County police arrested an Edgewater man Friday...

October 07, 1997

County police arrested an Edgewater man Friday and--charged with striking his roommate twice with a baseball bat during an argument.

Police said James Edgerly, 32, and John Dixon were arguing after midnight in their apartment in the 800 block of Holly Ave. when a third man came out of a bedroom with an aluminum bat and struck Edgerly twice, on the arm and the leg.

Edgerly fled to the Selby Sub Shoppe in the 900 block of Mayo Road, where he stopped Officer Bradley Lytle about 1 a.m. and complained of a broken arm and injured knee.

Lytle, noticing Edgerly's arm was bleeding from the elbow and appeared disfigured, called an ambulance to take Edgerly to Anne Arundel Medical Center. Then Lytle went to Edgerly's apartment, where Dixon and Charles Hasson told Lytle that Edgerly had been choking Dixon during an argument and that Hasson had retrieved the baseball from his room to protect Dixon.

Hasson was charged with first-degree assault. Edgerly was treated and released.

Police Log:

Glen Burnie: A man who claimed he had a gun walked into a Shell gas station in the 7900 block of Ritchie Highway about 9: 30 p.m. Saturday and robbed it of an undisclosed amount of money.

Glen Burnie: Thieves broke into a mausoleum construction site at Cedar Hill Cemetery in the 5800 block of Ritchie Highway overnight Saturday and stole several power tools worth $3,000.

Glen Burnie: Two men who posed as customers at Kay Jewelers in Glen Burnie Mall about 4: 30 p.m. Sunday distracted an employee, reached into an open display case and walked off with a tray of one-, two- and three-carat diamond tennis bracelets, and a diamond ring worth $12,060.

Linthicum: Someone broke in to Fastena Inc., in the 5100 block of Raynor Ave., shortly before 2 a.m. Friday and stole a cash box containing $300.

Glen Burnie: A videocassette recorder, $2,000 in coins and $55 were reported stolen Friday from a home in the 7600 block of O Daniel Court.

Pub Date: 10/07/97

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