Monday, April 1, 2013
Police arrested a Glen Burnie man early Sunday after he crashed a motorcycle and allegedly stabbed a man in a restaurant parking lot.
Anne Arundel County police arrested a Glen Burnie man for allegedly stabbing a man in the parking lot of Crossroads Tavern. The assailant then wrecked his motorcycle shortly afterward. Just after midnight, the suspect exited the bar, approached another man and accused him of damaging his motorcycle. The suspect then stabbed the man and fled on his motorcycle, according to police. Police said the suspect crashed his motorcycle a short time later in the area of Birch Avenue and Magnolia Avenue, and responding officers recovered a weapon. Witnesses positively identified the suspect as being involved in the stabbing. Police arrested Brian Scott Smith, 45, of Glen Burnie, and charged him with attempted second-degree murder, first- and second-…
Friday, May 25, 2012
Police received two calls within an hour of each other, leading to the arrests of two men on drug charges—one who allegedly attempted to swallow bags of crack cocaine before his arrest.
Anne Arundel County police arrested two men on drug charges in separate incidents near Crossroads Tavern early Friday morning, with one man allegedly trying to swallow bags of crack cocaine. Kenneth Tyrone Smith, 28, of the 3700 block of Brooklyn Avenue in Baltimore, was charged with possession of drugs and possession with intent to distribute drugs. Paul Ivan Garman, 26, of the 1000 block of 1st Avenue in Glen Burnie, was charged with possession of heroin, possession with intent to distribute cocaine, possession of Diazepam and other charges. According to a police news release, officers received a call for a possible drug violation in the parking lot of Crossroads Tavern, located at 7354 Ritchie Highway. Two bike patrol officers responded…
Friday, March 16, 2012
Crossroads Tavern is Glen Burnie Patch's Readers' Choice to celebrate St. Patrick's Day.
Patch asked and you answered. According to you, the readers of Glen Burnie Patch, Crossroads Tavern is the best place in the Glen Burnie area to celebrate St. Patrick's Day. Based on votes, comments and reviews, the exercise facility won Glen Burnie's Readers' Choice contest. The bar will serve corned beef and cabbage, have drink specials and feature performances from the bands Korupt and Under Siege, according to their Facebook page. Are you celebrating St. Patrick's Day at Crossroads? Tell us about your experience.
Friday, June 24, 2011
Two local teachers started the heavy metal tribute band, Legacy, more than a year ago and have been rocking and rolling ever since.
Proving that even the most mild-mannered of elementary school music teachers can have a wild side, local educators Kurt Hoffman and Rob Bosch spend their spare time playing with Legacy, a hard rock and metal band that the pair began a little more than a year ago. “Rob has been trying to get me to do this for about four years,” Hoffman said. “I'm so busy with other activities that I had been putting it off, but I'm so glad we started the band. I'm having the time of my life.” Legacy described themselves as a cover band that plays songs by artists who have had a prominent role in the legacy of hard rock and heavy metal. “My first concert was Judas Priest and Great White,” Hoffman said. “All of us are deeply rooted in this music.” The band …