Anne Arundel Digest

Anne Arundel Digest

August 01, 2004

Arrest warrant issued for suspect in 5 local robberies

Anne Arundel County police have issued an arrest warrant for a suspect wanted in connection with five local robberies.

Andre Antonio Chase, 19, of no fixed address, was identified by witnesses. He is accused in the holdups last month of three Glen Burnie pizza parlors, a Crofton Taco Bell and a packaging store in Laurel, police said.

Chase, who is also wanted on robbery charges in Prince George's County, may be armed and should be considered dangerous, police said.

Anyone with information concerning his location should call the Police Department's robbery unit at 410-222-3566.

Gunman threatens Annapolis teenager

A 17-year-old male walking in the area of West Street and Lafayette Avenue in Annapolis was threatened with a gun about 3:30 a.m. Thursday, police said.

Annapolis police spokesman Hal Dalton said a male suspect in a light blue Subaru drove alongside the youth, pointed a handgun at him, called him a "crackhead" and told him to "get out of the neighborhood."

The victim, an Annapolis resident, ran to the nearby Loews Hotel and called police.

Anyone with information is asked to call Annapolis police at 410-268-9000.

Annapolis man shot, arrested on warrants

A 22-year-old Annapolis man was shot and wounded about 10 p.m. Thursday while standing in the 1800 block of Bowman Court.

Elton Jerome Jones told authorities he had just left a taxicab when a bullet struck his upper left leg.

Jones was treated and released from the Maryland Shock Trauma Center in Baltimore, but was later arrested by Annapolis police on warrants involving trespassing charges.

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