GLEN BURNIE, MD. — Anne Arundel Police report that a planned deal to buy underage consumers of booze ended up with no brew and a few shocking bruises along with one arrest.
On September 24, 2014, at 11:16 p.m., Northern District officers responded to Baltimore Annapolis Boulevard and Amberly Road for a reported citizen robbery. Upon arrival, officers met with the 20-year-old male victim and a male witness.
The victim displayed visible injuries as a result of the attempted robbery. The investigation revealed that the victim and the witness went to a residence in the 100 block of Marley Neck Road to meet with known individuals who were going to purchase alcoholic beverages for them since they were under the age of 21.
Police report that when the victims arrived at the address, the witness parked the car nearby and remained in the vehicle while the victim walked to the residence. As the victim entered the front yard, a known male suspect came from behind a large bush and began to argue with the victim. Another known male suspect became involved in the altercation and demanded property from the victim.
The victim was allegedly assaulted by both male suspects and they tried to take money from him. As this was happening, the victim observed an arcing electronic control device (stun gun). Police say that the victim was able to regain his footing and ran back to the witness vehicle, where he dove through the driver side window of the car. The vehicle then fled the scene while the male suspects were damaging the car as it pulled away. The witness and victim then drove to a business and called police.
Once officers verified the address of the offense, they responded to the address and located one of the suspects who was positively identified as one of the responsible males. He was immediately arrested. The other male was not on scene. Charges are pending against that second suspect.
Suspect #1 (Arrested): Anthony Sebastian McNichols 21 of 120 Marley Neck Road Glen Burnie, Md Charges: armed robbery, assault and related charges.