Police Blotter

October 31, 2007

Armed pair rob Glen Burnie KFC

A Glen Burnie fast-food restaurant was robbed at gunpoint, Anne Arundel County police said.

Employees of the KFC at 6734 Ritchie Highway reported that a man and woman entered the restaurant around 8 p.m. Friday, and the woman walked behind the counter, pulled a black handgun from her waistband and demanded money from the register. The manager complied, and the pair fled on foot.

She was described as about 5 feet 2 inches tall, wearing a black hooded sweat shirt, a black baseball cap and blue jeans, and carrying a black handbag. The man was described as about 6 feet 2 inches tall, with braided hair and wearing a gray hooded sweat shirt and dark jeans.

Gunman holds up Glen Burnie pizzeria

A Glen Burnie pizzeria was robbed at gunpoint, Anne Arundel County police said.

An employee of Wing & Things Pizza at 7862 Quarterfield Road reported that the robber came in about 11 p.m. Saturday and displayed a gray, semiautomatic handgun. He jumped over the counter, announced a robbery and stole an undetermined amount of cash. He then ran off toward Queenstown Road.

He was described as 20 to 25 years old, 5 feet 5 inches tall, with a medium build and wearing blue jeans, a black coat and a black mask.

Man faces drug, hit-and-run charges

A Severna Park man was charged in a hit-and-run accident and on drug charges after his grandmother cooperated with officers, Anne Arundel County police said.

The owner of a red Jeep Wrangler reported that his vehicle, which was parked on Earleigh Heights Road at Light Street in Severna Park, was struck about 1:15 a.m. Sunday and that the driver fled onto Mabel Lane.

Police found the vehicle at 161 Mabel Lane. The owner directed officers to the basement, where, where her grandson Dennis J. Kelly, 36, was hiding.

Police said they seized 307 grams of marijuana that was in plain view.

Kelly was charged with leaving the scene of an accident, possession with intent to distribute drugs and drug possession.

2 flee after robbing man at knifepoint

A man was robbed at knifepoint on a Glen Burnie street, Anne Arundel County police said.

The victim said he was in the area of Old Stage and Jonathan roads around 11 p.m. Saturday when two men approached him from behind and knocked him to the ground. One robber showed a knife and demanded his money. The victim complied, and the pair fled on foot toward Quarterfield Road.

Shotgun, handgun reported stolen

Two guns were stolen from an Annapolis home, police said.

The owners of the home in the 100 block of Williams Drive told police they came home at 11 p.m. Saturday to find the back door forced open, three bedrooms had been ransacked, and a shotgun and a handgun stolen.

Warrant issued for 2 in assault

Police have issued a warrant for a pair of Annapolis siblings after an assault and robbery on West Street, city police said.

The victim told officers that the man and woman approached him about 8:40 p.m. Oct. 22 but that he could not understand them because of a language barrier. As he tried to walk away, the man pulled a knife and put it to the victim's head, and the woman put her hand over his mouth. A third person arrived, and all three forced the man toward Larkins Street, where they kicked and punched him. They yanked his wallet out of his pocket, police said, but he retrieved it and fended off the three assailants until they ran off toward Murray Avenue.

From photos police showed the victim, he identified Barry Morgan and Kimberly Morgan-Parker, whom police are seeking.

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