Police Digest

August 10, 2007

Stabbing reported at Marley Station

A 35-year-old Glen Burnie man reported that he was stabbed by three people Tuesday night in the parking lot of Marley Station mall, Anne Arundel County police said.

The victim told officers he was attacked by two men and a woman who jumped out of a gold Mitsubishi Gallant, attacked him with the knife and fled in the vehicle.

He was treated on the scene for lacerations to his arms.

Man faces assault, gun, drug charges

An Annapolis man was arrested early yesterday on assault, drug and handgun charges after his girlfriend reported that he had attacked her, Anne Arundel County police said.

Shayla Stokes of Glen Burnie told police about 3:50 a.m. that Adrian Johnson Jr., 27, of the 1900 block of Copeland Street had come to her home in the 7800 block of Tallpines Court, assaulted her and left in his Cadillac.

Police said they quickly found Johnson inside the car with several marijuana cigarettes on his lap and a loaded Bryco 9 mm handgun under the driver's seat.

Johnson was charged with second-degree assault, possession of marijuana, and possession of a loaded handgun in a vehicle.

Man invades house, holds gun to family

A man held a handgun to an Annapolis family after entering their home through an unlocked door, city police said.

A woman who lives in the home, in the 1800 block of Bowman Drive, said she went downstairs about 12:30 a.m. Wednesday and found a man holding a handgun to her three daughters. He demanded that her 20-year-old son give him something, she said. The son said he didn't know what the man was talking about, and the man fled out the back door, through which he had entered.

Cars again damaged at gas station

For the second time in a week, someone broke into cars at an Annapolis gas station and tow lot, city police said.

At 8 a.m. Wednesday, an employee of Lowry's Forest Drive Services, 1321 Forest Drive, discovered that six vehicles stored on the fenced-in lot on the rear of the property had been entered and ransacked. It was not known yesterday what was taken.

Seven cars were broken into and damaged Saturday. Several teenagers were seen running from the area about 5:45 p.m.

Man, 38, charged with theft, burglary

An Annapolis man was charged with burglary and theft after he hurriedly jumped out of a car when a police officer approached, city police said.

Curtis Dorsey, 38, of Dorsey Street was sitting in a parked car on Jefferson Street near Wells Avenue at 12:20 a.m. yesterday when confronted by the officer. The car's owner was contacted and said that he did not know Dorsey and had not given him permission to be in his car.

Police said they found credit cards and CDs stolen that night from a car parked on East Street.

Dorsey was charged with fourth-degree burglary, theft and other offenses and is being held at the Jennifer road Detention Center in lieu of $150,000 bail.

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