Police Digest

December 19, 2007

Montgomery man faces sex charges

A 40-year-old Montgomery County man has been charged with a series of sex offenses in connection with a sexual assault from 1999, Anne Arundel County police said.

Ronald Lee Moore, whose last known address was in the 3700 block of Lamberton Square in Silver Spring, has been charged with first-degree sex offense; second-degree sex offense; unnatural or perverted practice; second-degree assault; reckless endangerment; possession of a deadly weapon and first-degree burglary, police said.

The charges stem from an alleged sexual assault that occurred Oct. 23, 1999.

He is described as a white man, 6 feet, 2 inches tall, weighing 260 pounds with blue eyes.

Anyone with information regarding Moore's whereabouts is urged to contact Detective Tracy Morgan at 410-222-3466 or 410-222-8610.

Police seek 3 teens in pizza holdup

Anne Arundel County police are searching for three teenagers who authorities say robbed a pizza delivery driver at a mobile home park in Severn.

The incident occurred shortly after 9 p.m. Monday at the Crestwood Mobile Home Park in the 7700 block of Telegraph Road.

The victim told detectives that he was trying to deliver a pizza when he was attacked by three males who assaulted him and stole the food, police said. Descriptions of the youths were vague.

Elderly man robbed by stranger in home

An elderly man who allowed a stranger inside his home to use the telephone was robbed of his wallet and cash, Anne Arundel County police said.

The victim told police that about 8 p.m. Friday a man came to his door near Fifth Avenue and Chatham Road and asked to use the telephone because his car had broken down. Once inside, the man shoved the elderly victim to the ground, implied that he had a gun and took his wallet from his pocket.

The man fled with the victim's wallet and an unknown amount of cash. Officers canvassed the area but could not find the thief.

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