Police seeking driver of car that hit woman in Linthicum

January 21, 1998|By Laura Sullivan | Laura Sullivan,SUN STAFF

County police are looking for the driver of a dark-red, four-door car that hit a Millersville woman yesterday on Baltimore-Annapolis Boulevard near Nursery Road in Linthicum.

The woman, whom police would not identify, ran inside a nearby house. She sustained minor injuries, police said.

Witnesses told police that the driver of the car waited outside the house for the woman to come out but that she never returned. The driver then left, heading north on Baltimore-Annapolis Boulevard, they said.

Brooklyn Park man beaten and robbed by three men

Three men beat and robbed a Brooklyn Park man Monday morning near the pool of the Motel 6 in the 5000 block of Raynor Ave. in Linthicum, county police said.

Jack Redmond, 31, of the 3700 block of 10th St., was waiting for an unidentified woman to meet him just after 1: 30 a.m. when the three men walked up to him and ordered him to give them his jacket, shoes and wallet, police said.

The three men began hitting Redmond on the head, then ran off with his jacket, shoes and wallet, police said.

Redmond was treated at North Arundel Hospital for a cut on his forehead and released.

A man with a handgun robbed a Crofton pizza parlor Sunday of an undisclosed amount of money, county police said.

The man forced the employees at Pizza Boli's in the 2100 block of Defense Highway into the walk-in freezer just before 11 p.m., then rifled the cash drawer and fled.

The employees called police after the man left.

County police were called to the Chartridge community in Severna Park more than 20 times Sunday morning after dozens of residents discovered burnt mailboxes, glued door locks, dented cars and houses and cars spray-painted with graffiti.

Police suspect the vandalism is the work of bored teens but are not ruling anyone out.

Anyone with information should call police at (410) 222-6145.

Pub Date: 1/21/98

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