Police Blotter

POLICE BLOTTER

August 07, 2005|By Annie Linskey

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

Northern District

Armed robbery: Two men, one from Pasadena and one from Baltimore, were attacked by five other men at the City Imports parking lot in Glen Burnie early July 30. The Pasadena man was robbed of jewelry and cash at gunpoint and pistol whipped, police said. The Baltimore man fled the parking lot with no injuries.

Annapolis

Theft: Someone stole a radar detector from a car owned by an Annapolis woman at about 1 p.m. Monday. The woman said she left her car windows open while it was parked on a lot in the 1900 block of Forest Drive, according to police.

Arrest: Police arrested Christopher Campbell, 41, of Bloomsbury Square and charged him with possession of drugs with the intent to distribute Monday. Officers saw the man discard a bag of heroin as they approached him on Clay Street, police said.

Eastern District

Assault, arrest: Two brothers-in-law, both of whom live in the 100 block of Magnolia Ave. in Odenton, were arguing when one stabbed the other with a pocketknife July 31, police said. The victim was taken to Maryland Shock Trauma Center in Baltimore and treated. Charles Tolbert Jr. was arrested, police said.

Robbery: A man who implied he was armed robbed a 7-Eleven in Arnold at 2 a.m. Tuesday.

Western District

Assault: An Odenton man was walking along Bluewater Boulevard on July 30 when he was approached by another man who demanded his wallet. The man refused and was stabbed three times. He was taken to the Anne Arundel Medical Center and treated, police said.

Armed robbery: A woman was robbed by a man at gunpoint on the parking lot of a Target store in Laurel at 2 p.m. Monday. The man took the woman's purse and sped away in a black, four-door car.

Robbery: A man took money from a cash register at the drive-through window of the Hardee's restaurant in Severn on July 28. He placed the money in a Hardee's bag and fled toward a nearby Taco Bell, police said.

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