3 Anne Arundel residents charged in robbery of Columbia gas station

December 04, 2005|By MELISSA HARRIS

Police in Howard and Anne Arundel counties have arrested three people in connection with a Nov. 20 armed robbery of a Columbia gas station.

The robbery took place about 6:45 p.m. when two people entered the Exxon in the 7200 block of Eden Brook Drive, brandished a gun and demanded money from the clerk, according to police. The robbers fled in a car driven by a third person.

Witnesses gave police the license plate number of the car.

Anne Arundel County police arrested Frank R. Huber, 17, of Pasadena and Timothy Lester Quick, 20, of Severn on a warrant several days after the incident. Huber was charged as an adult. Renae Ann Vanskiver, 18, of Pasadena surrendered to Howard police last week. Each has been charged with theft, armed robbery and assault, police said.

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