Monday, May 20, 2013
Victims reported robberies Saturday evening and early Sunday in Glen Burnie.
Saturday, May 18 Shortly after 6 p.m., five suspects–three males and two females–approached several women leaving the Marley Station Mall, on the 7900 block of Ritchie Highway, and began yelling at them from a vehicle. The five suspects exited the vehicle, ran toward the women and assaulted them. A bystander eventually scared off the suspects, one of whom fled with a victim's purse. The group left in a 2011 Acura TL, according to police. Arriving officers searched the immediate area, but failed to locate the suspects. Sunday, May 19 Shortly after 2 a.m., a man invited two other men into his hotel room, at the Extended Stay Hotel, on the 100 block of Chesapeake Center Court. The two men then assaulted the victim, taking money and personal …
Police posed as escorts through a website, and arrested four men trying to pay for sex.
Anne Arundel County police arrested four men for soliciting sex through an online escort service in early May. According to police, detectives posed as escorts on a website and several people contacted them, requesting sexual services. They arranged to meet at a hotel in Linthicum, where police made the arrests.
Anne Arundel County police announced the results of a three-day operation to apprehend citizens with outstanding warrants for violent crimes.
Anne Arundel County police announced the arrest of 14 people for outstanding warrants stemming from incidents violent in nature, after a detail of investigators from AACOPD and the Anne Arundel County Sheriff's Office worked to locate the individuals from May 6 to May 8. Police announced the following people were arrested (pictured above):
WJZ reports police are investigating after a YouTube video surfaced from a car show at Marley Station Mall.
Police are investigating apparently intentional reckless driving near Marley Station Mall earlier this month, based on a video posted on YouTube. The nearly 15-minute video, posted May 7, shows drivers swerving and changing lanes as they exit the mall onto Ritchie Highway. Spectators cheer the drivers on, while police vehicles sit idle nearby. According to a WJZ report, the incident happened during the Mega Meet car show on May 5. The station forwarded the video to Anne Arundel County police. Police spokesman Justin Mulcahy said in an email that the police vehicle seen in the video was unoccupied, and that officers were walking the crowd. Officers performed five traffic stops, issuing two tickets and three warnings, Mulcahy said. Mulcahy …
Police say a Brooklyn Park man entered a house and stabbed a man.
Anne Arundel County police arrested a Brooklyn Park man in a stabbing that sent the victim to Shock Trauma on May 13. Shortly after 5 p.m., police responded to the reported stabbing at a residence on the 300 block of Arden Road West. The resident said a man entered her home, armed with a knife, and began arguing with people in the residence. The man spat on a female and then stabbed a 19-year-old man in a lower extremity, according to police. An emergency crew transported the victim to Harbor Hospital then to Shock Trauma for treatment. Police located the suspect, Frank Keith Brinkmeyer Jr., 20, in Baltimore and charged him with first-degree assault, two counts of second-degree assault, burglary and reckless endangerment.
Here are some of the latest crime headlines from the past week in Anne Arundel County.
Sunday, May 19, 2013
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Friday, May 17, 2013
Check out a selection of mug shots from around the region, and note that an arrest does not indicate a conviction.
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Friday, May 17
Police say a man walked on the roof and entered a Linthicum home Wednesday afternoon.
Anne Arundel County police deployed a Taser while subduing a burglary suspect Wednesday afternoon in Linthicum. Police say they found Timothy Ray Veasey, 48, of Baltimore, inside a Linthicum home after a resident reported a burglary-in-progress. Officers used the taser when the suspect allegedly violently resisted arrest. Shortly after 2 p.m., police responded to a residence on the 6500 block of Englewood Road for the reported burglary, and a woman told police she heard someone enter her home from the roof. The woman fled the house and called police from her neighbor's house. The woman said no other residents were inside the home, so police created a perimeter and entered the home. Police eventually saw Veasey open a lower floor basement …
Police arrested a Glen Burnie man after a resident reported a burglary-in-progress Wednesday.
Anne Arundel County police arrested a Glen Burnie man after finding him in a reported burglary-in-progress, and seized cocaine that was in his possession. Mark Dale McCartney, 44, was arrested and charged him with first- and third-degree burglary, rogue and vagabond, and drug possession. Shortly before 11 a.m., officers responded to the reported burglary on the 7100 block of Baltimore Annapolis Boulevard, and found a man walking outside the residence. According to police, the man allegedly entered the victim's vehicle to take items, and was confronted by the homeowners when he entered the residence. The victims did not know the alleged intruder. Get local stories delivered right to your inbox or smartphone everyday with our free newsletter…