Police Blotter

POLICE BLOTTER

May 25, 2008

Carroll woman charged with prostitution

A Carroll County woman was arrested on prostitution charges after an undercover detective responded to an online ad for sexual services, Anne Arundel County police said.

The vice unit made an appointment at a Hanover-area motel Monday with an escort soliciting customers on Craigslist. When the officer arrived, he was solicited for sex in exchange for $250. Heather Lynn Satterfield, 22, of Woodbine was arrested.

12 youths, 10 adults cited as police break up party

Twelve youths and 10 adults younger than 21 were cited after police broke up a party in Shipley's Choice, Anne Arundel County police said.

Police who arrived at a home on Fox Den Lane shortly before 4 p.m. Tuesday found teenagers with alcohol. They charged 22 people on citations with underage possession of alcohol and charged an 18-year-old host on a citation with furnishing alcohol to minors.

Glen Burnie pedestrian forced into car, robbed

A pedestrian was forced into a car by three men in Glen Burnie and robbed at gunpoint, Anne Arundel County police said.

The victim said he was walking in the 7000 block of B & A Boulevard on Monday when a silver Chevrolet Cavalier approached with three men inside. One man displayed a black revolver and ordered him to get into the car. The robbers drove to a nearby location, told the victim to get out, and took $30 from him and fled.

Driver flees after collision in Odenton causes injury

Anne Arundel County police are seeking the driver of a car that crashed into another vehicle in the Seven Oaks community of Odenton, injuring one of its passengers, before fleeing.

The driver of a 2000 Cadillac was heading west on Route 175 near Charter Oaks Blvd on May 15 when another driver failed to yield the right of way and tried to make a left turn from eastbound Route 175 onto Charter Oaks Boulevard and struck the Cadillac, forcing it into a utility pole and seriously injuring one of the occupants.

The missing car is possibly a black Volkswagen with front-end damage.

Police ask anyone with information about this case to call Cpl. D.A. Sereboff of the traffic safety section at 410-222-8573.

Man just out of jail charged with disorderly conduct

An Annapolis man who had just been released from jail was sent back after threatening to kill his former girlfriend and her new boyfriend, and being found with drugs, city police said.

Troy Perry, 22, was apparently upset when he went to the woman's home on Newtowne Drive just after midnight Wednesday and found that she was breaking up with him and had a new boyfriend. Police said she called them after he threatened her and that he refused to leave even after neighbors came outside to complain about his "hollering near their apartments, especially at that time of night," police said.

When Perry was arrested, marijuana was found in his possession, police said. He was charged with disorderly conduct and possession of drugs.

Electrical supply store in Annapolis is robbed

More than $6,000 in merchandise, including a large amount of copper, tubing and tools, was stolen from an Annapolis electrical supply store, city police said.

The front glass at Aireco Supply at 1933 Lincoln Drive was broken out when police arrived at 3 a.m. Tuesday.

A few minutes later, police responding to an alarm at the nearby Fastenal Co., at 10 Lincoln Court, found that its front glass had also been smashed. It was not clear whether anything was taken.

Annapolis 'shooting' victim found doused in hot sauce

Annapolis police responding to a report that a man had been shot found he had actually been doused with hot sauce, city police said.

Officers who went to the 1100 block of Madison St. about 2:15 p.m. Wednesday found a 23-year-old resident hollering from the balcony.

He apparently had fallen asleep or passed out, police said, and when he awoke to find the hot sauce on him, he or someone else thought he had been shot and reported it as a shooting.

Police said he was incoherent and unable to care for himself, possibly because of drug use, and was taken to the Anne Arundel Medical Center for an emergency psychiatric evaluation.

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