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By Consella A. Lee and Consella A. Lee,SUN STAFF | October 2, 1996
Sears, Roebuck and Co. will become the fourth anchor store at Marley Station Mall when it opens Nov. 2. Meanwhile, another Sears five miles north of the mall on Ritchie Highway will close and transfer its 230 employees to the new store.The company hopes its longtime customers will follow Sears to the new location, said Leslie Wendorf, general manager of the Marley Station store."We want to bring them from the Glen Burnie store to this store, which has much more space for them," she said.The Sears at Ritchie Highway and Ordnance Road, which has about 90,000 square feet, will close Nov. 1, said Wendorf.
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By Don Markus, The Baltimore Sun | March 29, 2011
Anne Arundel County police are seeking two men in a parking lot shooting Tuesday at Marley Station Mall in Glen Burnie that sent a 23-year-old to the hospital. Police were called to a Dunkin' Donuts about 12:45 p.m., where they found the victim, a 23-year-old from Snow Hill. Police said the man, who was not immediately identified, had been shot in the upper torso after an altercation in the parking lot. A police spokesman said that the victim had been targeted and that "it was not a random act of violence.
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By Dana Hedgpeth and Dana Hedgpeth,Sun Staff Writer | July 28, 1994
For weeks, the billboards along Ritchie Highway with Abe Lincoln's likeness in copper circles have slyly asked, "Guess who's coming?"As if no one knew.J. C. Penney is opening at Marley Station mall in Glen Burnie and the competition better watch out, employees and construction workers at the new store say."The store is arranged differently so it automatically attracts customers," explained Bob Herbold, a carpenter who worked on J. C. Penney as well as the neighboring stores.The 134,000-square-foot store is the first new department store in the mall since it opened in 1987 with Macy's and Hecht as anchors, said Ed Ladd, the mall's general manager.
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July 23, 2001
County jail to explain release of man held on murder charges County detention center administrators said they plan to offer an explanation by midweek how man being held on murder charges was accidentally released from the Annapolis jail this month. They said they will also try to explain how the error went undetected until a relative of the 19-year-old inmate called to tell officials that David A. Boccabella was willing to return to jail. Boccabella was freed about 1 a.m. July 14 after staff misread a court order that authorized the release of a different inmate.
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By Kris Antonelli and Kris Antonelli,Staff writer | October 26, 1990
County police Lt. Gary Barr went to Marley Station Mall for a new pair of Docksiders; instead he ended up with two armed robbers and $1.3 million in jewelry.And for those actions, Barr, along with Officers Gordon Merritt, Joseph Hatcher, Steven Saffield, Kyle Starghill and Kevin Tribull, were awarded the county police's Silver Star.Barr, who was off-duty April 30 when two jewelry stores in the mall were robbed simultaneously, heard the call from mall security officers and followed the suspects out of the mall parking lot and into a residential neighborhood across the street.
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January 24, 1997
Police logGlen Burnie: A thief cut the locks off two lockers at Bally's Holiday Spa in the 6600 block of Ritchie Highway late Tuesday afternoon and stole $370, a watch and three credit cards.Marley Station: Someone broke into a 1995 Chrysler Jeep parked at Marley Station Mall between 7: 30 p.m. and 9 p.m. Monday and stole a radio, radar detector, amplifier, speakers and compact discs, all valued at $1,930.Pub Date: 1/24/97
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April 20, 1995
A man and a woman stole $1,236 worth of clothes Tuesday morning from a Lane Bryant shop in Glen Burnie, county police said.An employee at the store at Marley Station Mall told police that the couple entered the shop about 11:20 a.m. The man held a large J.C. Penney bag open while the woman filled it with clothes, police said.The employee went to call mall security, but the thieves were gone by the time she returned. Mall security and police looked for the couple but could not find them, police said.
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November 22, 1996
County police arrested a Baltimore man Wednesday and charged him with stealing $346 worth of clothes from Macy's in Marley Station mall.Kenneth Edward Walker, 21, of the 400 block of E. Stricker St. was charged with felony theft.Officer Peter Scarpetta, who was patrolling in the mall, said a man walked into the store about 8: 30 p.m. with a J.C. Penney bag and picked up three pairs of jeans, two shirts and a hat from store displays and put them into the bag.He walked out of the store without paying for the items, and Scarpetta stopped him and arrested him, police said.
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By Arthur Hirsch | October 9, 1990
Just a little misunderstanding. My fault. For a minute there it appeared I was guilty of unauthorized mall walking.It happened two Sunday mornings ago when I stopped in at the Marley Station mall for coffee. Right in front of the Vie de France coffee shop was this sign. No kidding: "ATTENTION WALKERS -- ALL MALL WALKERS MUST BE REGISTERED AND WEAR I.D.TAGS, VISIBLY, AT ALL TIMES. MALL WALKING IS PERMITTED BETWEEN 7:30 AM & 10 AM MONDAY THROUGH FRIDAY ONLY -- Thank you."This stopped me in my tracks.
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By TaNoah Morgan and TaNoah Morgan,SUN STAFF | March 12, 1997
A man repeatedly banned from Marley Station Mall was arrested there Monday after allegedly trying to steal a Pasadena woman's purse.Anthony David Tobio, 22, of no fixed address was charged with attempted robbery, trespassing and giving false information to police. He was being held on $27,500 bail at the county Detention Center yesterday, authorities said.The victim, Kay Baker of the 100 block of Winston Road, told police she was walking on the upper level of the mall near Ritz Camera about 4 p.m. when a man bumped into her, causing her to spin around.
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By TaNoah Morgan and TaNoah Morgan,SUN STAFF | March 12, 1997
A man repeatedly banned from Marley Station Mall was arrested there Monday after allegedly trying to steal a Pasadena woman's purse.Anthony David Tobio, 22, of no fixed address was charged with attempted robbery, trespassing and giving false information to police. He was being held on $27,500 bail at the county Detention Center yesterday, authorities said.The victim, Kay Baker of the 100 block of Winston Road, told police she was walking on the upper level of the mall near Ritz Camera about 4 p.m. when a man bumped into her, causing her to spin around.
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January 24, 1997
Police logGlen Burnie: A thief cut the locks off two lockers at Bally's Holiday Spa in the 6600 block of Ritchie Highway late Tuesday afternoon and stole $370, a watch and three credit cards.Marley Station: Someone broke into a 1995 Chrysler Jeep parked at Marley Station Mall between 7: 30 p.m. and 9 p.m. Monday and stole a radio, radar detector, amplifier, speakers and compact discs, all valued at $1,930.Pub Date: 1/24/97
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November 22, 1996
County police arrested a Baltimore man Wednesday and charged him with stealing $346 worth of clothes from Macy's in Marley Station mall.Kenneth Edward Walker, 21, of the 400 block of E. Stricker St. was charged with felony theft.Officer Peter Scarpetta, who was patrolling in the mall, said a man walked into the store about 8: 30 p.m. with a J.C. Penney bag and picked up three pairs of jeans, two shirts and a hat from store displays and put them into the bag.He walked out of the store without paying for the items, and Scarpetta stopped him and arrested him, police said.
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By Consella A. Lee and Consella A. Lee,SUN STAFF | October 2, 1996
Sears, Roebuck and Co. will become the fourth anchor store at Marley Station Mall when it opens Nov. 2. Meanwhile, another Sears five miles north of the mall on Ritchie Highway will close and transfer its 230 employees to the new store.The company hopes its longtime customers will follow Sears to the new location, said Leslie Wendorf, general manager of the Marley Station store."We want to bring them from the Glen Burnie store to this store, which has much more space for them," she said.The Sears at Ritchie Highway and Ordnance Road, which has about 90,000 square feet, will close Nov. 1, said Wendorf.
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August 14, 1996
Police arrested a Glen Burnie man Sunday on charges he exposed himself to a J. C. Penney employee, county police said.Christopher Waite Murray, 26, of the 7800 block of Americana Circle was charged with indecent exposure.Toula Karditzas, 66, told police she was smoking a cigarette while on break about 2 p.m. near the entrance of the store at Marley Station. A van pulled up and the driver called to her for directions to Sears.Karditzas approached the 1985 Dodge minivan to give the man directions and the driver exposed himself to her, police said.
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April 20, 1995
A man and a woman stole $1,236 worth of clothes Tuesday morning from a Lane Bryant shop in Glen Burnie, county police said.An employee at the store at Marley Station Mall told police that the couple entered the shop about 11:20 a.m. The man held a large J.C. Penney bag open while the woman filled it with clothes, police said.The employee went to call mall security, but the thieves were gone by the time she returned. Mall security and police looked for the couple but could not find them, police said.
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July 23, 2001
County jail to explain release of man held on murder charges County detention center administrators said they plan to offer an explanation by midweek how man being held on murder charges was accidentally released from the Annapolis jail this month. They said they will also try to explain how the error went undetected until a relative of the 19-year-old inmate called to tell officials that David A. Boccabella was willing to return to jail. Boccabella was freed about 1 a.m. July 14 after staff misread a court order that authorized the release of a different inmate.
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By ELISE ARMACOST | December 6, 1992
The day after Thanksgiving, I walked into the office and found Marley Station mall's annual holiday kick-off press release waiting for me.I haven't stopped laughing since.I've got visions of sugarplums, and what is Marley Station Mall offering us?Books on juicing. "Sonic the Hedgehog 2." Musical dart boards. And -- from Frederick's of Hollywood, no less -- a his-and-her jock-and-thong set.These clearly fall far outside the realm of Classic Christmas Gifts, a hallowed category that includes jewelry, sweaters, leather gloves, dolls (and I don't mean "Talking Baby Alive")
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By Dana Hedgpeth and Dana Hedgpeth,Sun Staff Writer | July 28, 1994
For weeks, the billboards along Ritchie Highway with Abe Lincoln's likeness in copper circles have slyly asked, "Guess who's coming?"As if no one knew.J. C. Penney is opening at Marley Station mall in Glen Burnie and the competition better watch out, employees and construction workers at the new store say."The store is arranged differently so it automatically attracts customers," explained Bob Herbold, a carpenter who worked on J. C. Penney as well as the neighboring stores.The 134,000-square-foot store is the first new department store in the mall since it opened in 1987 with Macy's and Hecht as anchors, said Ed Ladd, the mall's general manager.
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By ELISE ARMACOST | December 6, 1992
The day after Thanksgiving, I walked into the office and found Marley Station mall's annual holiday kick-off press release waiting for me.I haven't stopped laughing since.I've got visions of sugarplums, and what is Marley Station Mall offering us?Books on juicing. "Sonic the Hedgehog 2." Musical dart boards. And -- from Frederick's of Hollywood, no less -- a his-and-her jock-and-thong set.These clearly fall far outside the realm of Classic Christmas Gifts, a hallowed category that includes jewelry, sweaters, leather gloves, dolls (and I don't mean "Talking Baby Alive")
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