Police Blotter


April 24, 2005|By Phillip McGowan

Police Blotter is a sampling of crimes from police reports in Anne Arundel County.

Northern District

Destruction of property: A Glen Burnie man who arrived home in the 400 block of Rose Ave. on Wednesday night noticed that his neighbor's 1999 Oldsmobile Alero was burning. He saw a canister in the car that resembled a Molotov cocktail. Robbery: Two men wearing bandanas robbed the McDonald's on Monday in the 500 block of E. Ordnance Road. The men forced three employees into a storage area and had the manager open the safe. They took an undisclosed amount of cash.


Firearm: A resident of the 1900 block of Copeland St. noticed some children playing with a handgun Wednesday. The resident took the weapon and discovered that the children had found it in the woods. The gun was turned over to police. Arrest: Officers on foot patrol were interviewing the driver of a suspicious vehicle stopped Monday near Clay Street when a woman approached and asked if she could get a bag from the car. The officers told her to wait. She persisted until the officers opened the bag and found a crack pipe. The woman was arrested, and the officers discovered she was carrying crack cocaine.

Southern District

Injured animal: Police responded to a call Wednesday about an injured deer on Route 258 and Fisher Station Road, near Bristol. Police found the animal on the 400 block of Bay Front Road and it was euthanized, in accordance with county police procedures.

Eastern District

Arrest: Police responded to a dispute between a mother and her 15-year-old daughter in the 100 block of Maryland Ave. in Pasadena. Police arrested the girl on charges of malicious destruction of property.

Western District

Arrest: Officers responded to repeated complaints of disorderly conduct Thursday in Arwell Court in Severn. As several people were walking from the area about 3:30 a.m., officers asked them to continue on. One woman began talking back to officers, screaming profanities at them, and was arrested on charges of disorderly conduct.

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