Man robbed on way back to vehicle

POLICE BLOTTER

May 04, 2008

A 23-year-old man reported being assaulted and robbed as he left a Pasadena bar early Thursday morning, police said.

Just before 3 a.m., the victim called county police and said he had been jumped as he walked from Lightning Jack's bar in the 2800 block of Mountain Road to the Lauer's grocery store parking lot.

Police said that the thieves took an undisclosed amount of money from the victim's pants pocket and fled the area.

A check of the area was unsuccessful, and the victim was unable to provide a detailed description of the thieves other than that they were both wearing white T-shirts and blue jeans.

Man hit in head with bottle, beaten

A 34-year-old man was found suffering from head injuries Wednesday night after being punched, kicked and hit over the head with a beer bottle in Annapolis.

Police found the victim, a Marcs Court resident, in the 400 block of Captain's Circle, and witnesses reported that he had been in an argument with some people in the area.

He was taken to Anne Arundel Medical Center for treatment.

Two arrested after police find drugs

Two Glen Burnie men were arrested Wednesday at the Arundel Mills Mall after county police broke up an apparent drug deal and seized $27,000 in marijuana and Ecstasy pills, police said.

After receiving information that a drug transaction would be occurring at the mall and that the suppliers would be driving a green Chevrolet Cavalier, detectives went to the mall about 9:30 p.m. and observed a car matching that description, police said.

The driver, Kean Mallett, 23, and passenger, Dontaine Thompson, 26, were arrested after police found a loaded 9 mm pistol and five Ecstasy pills in Thompson's pockets, along with two gallon-sized plastic bags filled with marijuana in the car, police said. The marijuana had a total weight of 923 grams.

Police said Mallett, of the 8100 block of Harold Court, was charged with possession of marijuana and possession with intent to distribute.

Thompson, of the 400 block of 7th Avenue NE, faces charges of marijuana and Ecstasy possession and possession with intent to distribute; handgun possession; possession of a handgun by a felon; and possession of a handgun in drug trafficking.

Police search home, arrest one man

Members of the federal Drug Enforcement Agency and Anne Arundel County police special enforcement section announced the arrest of a Brooklyn Park resident after a search warrant was conducted at his home.

On Tuesday, police searched the home of Nicholas Albright, 28, of the 5200 block of Sixth St.

Detectives recovered 37 grams of crack cocaine, two grams of suspected marijuana and related drug paraphernalia. The drugs had a combined street value of $3,720, and detectives also seized $1,840 in cash, police said.

Albright was charged with intent to distribute crack cocaine, possession of crack cocaine and marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia.

Court records show Albright recently completed a year of supervised probation from a guilty plea to possession of marijuana in April 2007.

Two arrests stem from loud party

Two men were arrested Tuesday night after police twice tried to break up a party in Eastport, police said.

Annapolis police received multiple complaints about a loud party in the 100 block of Eastern Avenue and asked participants to reduce the noise.

When officers responded a second time, an officer approaching the home from the back smelled an odor of marijuana. Police say officers saw Kevin Franklin Gage, 48, of Los Angeles smoking a marijuana cigarette, police said. He was charged with drug possession.

Officers received a third complaint and shut the party down. Erik Frank Hill, 28, of East Lansing, Mich., argued with officers and refused to leave, and he was charged with disorderly conduct and failing to obey a lawful order, police said.

Traffic stop yields two arrests

Two men were arrested after their vehicle was stopped for running a red light, and a stolen license plate and drugs were inside, police said.

The car was stopped about 10:55 p.m. Tuesday night at Chinquapin Round Road and West Street.

Police said a detached Maryland license plate was found in the car, and a check showed that it had been stolen. Crack cocaine was also located on the passenger, Damian Dermont Cook, 24, of Tripp Creek Court. He was charged with theft and possession of drugs with intent to distribute, police said.

The driver, Charles Edward Pritchett, 32, of Heritage Court, was also charged with theft and a traffic violation.

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