Police Blotter

POLICE BLOTTER

June 08, 2008

Annapolis teens charged in car vandalism

Two Annapolis teenagers were charged with vandalizing four cars after police found them with four cans of spray paint in their pockets, city police said.

Police called to the area of Regent Street and Damsel Lane about 7:30 p.m. June 1 arrested the two youths there. A 13-year-old from Garden Gate Lane and a 14-year-old from the 1100 block of Tyler Ave. were charged with malicious destruction of property.

Teen arrested in robbery at Quizno's

An Annapolis teenager was arrested and charged with robbing a city sandwich shop at gunpoint, police said.

Aaron Stephone Butler, 18, of the 700 block of Newtowne Drive is charged with entering Quizno's Subs at 509 S. Cherry Grove Ave. about 5:30 p.m. May 31 wearing a hooded sweat shirt and with a black bandanna covering the lower part of his face. He brandished the handgun and demanded that the employee open the cash register. The employee complied, and the suspect took the money and fled.

With the help of the employee's description, police went to Butler's home about 6 p.m. Wednesday, but he wasn't there. The victim of the robbery called a few minutes later and reported that he had just seen the robber walking in his neighborhood.

Police found Butler on Belle Court and arrested him. He was charged with armed robbery, handgun violations and related offenses. He was being held at the Jennifer Road Detention Center in lieu of $100,000 bail.

Man charged with stealing credit card

An Annapolis man was charged with theft after he was found him in possession of a stolen credit card, police said.

When an officer spotted Mapuol Annie Puolping-Madut, 45, of no fixed address suspiciously checking parked cars about 1:30 p.m. June 1, police said, Puolping-Madut held a piece of paper in his hand and acted as if he were writing something down. He told the inquiring officer that he was taking down the information from a real estate sign because he was looking to rent a house.

The officer pointed out that the house was offered for sale and not rent, and that Puolping-Madut did not have a writing instrument.

An investigation led to the recovery of a credit card with a woman's name on it. She told police that her purse had been stolen from a West Street coffeehouse May 16.

Police said they recovered many items of questionable ownership from Puolping-Madut and were investigating his recent activities.

Man is arrested, then his girlfriend

A Shady Side man who was arrested for driving on a suspended license in Annapolis inadvertently helped get his girlfriend arrested, too, city police said.

Dominique Antonio Medley, 27, was pulled over at Amos Garrett Boulevard and West Street about 9:30 p.m. Wednesday for driving erratically.

Typically, his car would have been towed, but he asked the officer to wait until his girlfriend, who was nearby, could come and drive the car from the scene. The officer agreed, and Theresa Ann White, 41, of Spa Road in Annapolis soon arrived. A check of her status revealed that she was wanted by Calvert County on a child-support warrant.

She was arrested, and the car was impounded.

Gas station robbed In Edgewater

A man robbed an Edgewater gas station at gunpoint, Anne Arundel County police said.

A clerk at the Citgo at 1184 Central Ave. E. said a man came in about 12:45 p.m. Thursday armed with a semiautomatic pistol. The robber, who wore a mask and gray, hooded sweat shirt, stole an undisclosed amount of cash and merchandise, then fled in a red minivan.

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