Davidsonville, Md. — Anne Arundel County Police report that on 11-26-14 at approximately 8 pm, Officers from Southern District responded to 801 West Central Ave, Davidsonville MD, the Davidsonville market.
The clerk described the suspects as two black males, wearing black ski masks, black jackets, black gloves and blue jeans, approximately 5’8″, 190lbs. One suspect was described as being possibly in his early 30’s, and the other was described as being in his late 20’s.
The older suspect entered the business through the front door brandishing a “skinny” black, semi-automatic handgun which he pointed at the cashier. The suspect holding the handgun immediately ordered the clerk to open the register. The clerk then removed an undetermined amount of currency from the register and gave it to the suspect. The suspect’s then filled a trash bag full of cigarettes and left in an unknown direction. There were no injuries reported in this case.
S-1 B, M, 5’8” to 6’ 190 lbs. possibly in his early 30s armed with a handgun
S-2 B, M, 5’8” to 6’ 190 lbs. possibly in his late 20s
DUI charges pending against Desmond Tomas Brown after Booze Cruise Sent Passenger to Trauma Unit
Annapolis, Md. — Anne Arundel County Police report that the cause of a crash in Annapolis was the excessive amount of speed and booze on the part of the driver, Desmond Tomas Brown, 24, of 525 Royal Street in Annapolis, Md.
Police say that on November 27th at approximately 2:14am traffic safety officers and fire department personnel responded to a report of a single vehicle crash personal injury on Aris T Allen Blvd (MD-665) near Solomon’s Island Rd (MD-2) in Annapolis.
Preliminary investigation revealed a black 2010 Volkswagen Jetta, occupied by three people, was westbound on Aris T Allen Blvd. when it left the roadway into the center median, struck the bridge structure at Church Creek, overturned and fell approximately 75 feet into the creek below, ejecting one passenger.
The female passenger (#2) ejected from the vehicle was found with life threatening injuries and was transported by Maryland State Police helicopter to Shock Trauma where she is listed in critical condition. The driver and other passenger refused medical treatment.
The cause of the crash appears to be excessive speed and alcohol and not snow/ice. Traffic Safety is handling the investigation.
Brown had charges of possession of marijuana placed against him on April 9, 2010 which were dropped by the Baltimore City States Attorney on July 14, 2010.
Another pot charge was put on the stet docket in Anne Arundel County on Oct. 15, 2008 by the States Attorney for that county. Brown apparently has a lead foot and over the past four years has annually earned a new speeding ticket, rolling up fines averaging over $100 each time and likely has quite a collection of points, making insurance rather pricey as well.
2010 Volkswagen Jetta
DESMOND TOMAS BROWN, 24
Royal St, Annapolis
Injuries: none/refused treatment
JOHN MATTHEW GRAHAM, 24
Riva Rd, Annapolis
Injuries: none/refused treatment
LAURA EMILY BLAHA, 23
South Harbor Lane, Annapolis
Injuries: critical / Univ. Md Shock Trauma
Fashion Plate Robbed 7-Eleven with Droopy Drawers
Odenton, Md. For those who are keeping track of dirtbag bandits who are in tune with today’s fashions, we have this bozo to offer: This white guy wearing a “hoodie” was wearing baggy “Under Armour” sweatpants. Too bad he didn’t let them droop enough to trip over as he fled out of the 7-Eleven with the loot.
On November 30, 2014, at approximately 10:30 p.m., officers from the Western District responded to the 7-Eleven store located in the 1300 block of Odenton Road for a report of a robbery that just occurred.
Upon arrival, officers spoke with the store clerk, who stated that a male suspect entered the store, demanded money and fled on foot after taking an undisclosed amount of currency. A search of the area by officers and K-9 did not reveal the whereabouts of the suspect. There were no injuries reported.
Suspect: White male, approximately 5’7” with an average build, wearing a dark jacket/hoodie, black, baggy “Under Armour” sweatpants, gloves and a mask.
Robber with a horse on his jacket sought for robbing CVS
Glen Burnie, Md. — Police are looking for the latest Christmas Season robber to strike and rob a local store.
On November 30, 2014, at approximately 7:56 p.m., officers from the Northern District responded to the CVS Pharmacy located in the 7400 block of Ritchie Highway in Glen Burnie for a report of a robbery.
Upon arrival, officers spoke with store personnel and learned that a male suspect entered the store, approached the cashier and announced a robbery. The suspect demanded money and ultimately removed an undisclosed amount of money from the cash drawer before fleeing the store. Officers canvassed the area with K-9, but were unable to locate the suspect. Evidence Collection Unit personnel and District Detectives responded to the scene to process evidence. Anyone with information regarding this incident should notify Detective Dabrowski of the Northern District at 410-222-6135.
Suspect: Black male, 6’0” with a husky build, wearing blue jeans and a tri-color jacket described as having a black bottom half, a white middle stripe, a beige top with beige sleeves and two white stripes going down both sleeves and a black emblem of a man on a horse over the left breast area. The suspect also wore black headgear covering his face.
Dirtbags shot victims during stickup
Pasadena, Md. — On November 30, 2014 at approximately 2:20 am Officers from Eastern District responded to the Baltimore Washington Medical Center for a victim being treated for a gunshot wound.
Upon arrival officers interviewed the victim and an acquaintance who reported that they were walking in the area of Catherine Ave. and 220 Street in Pasadena when they were approached by 2 males with mask. The males attempted to rob the victim of his clothing. The victim refused the suspects demands which resulted in a brief altercation. During the altercation one of the suspects produced a firearm and shot the victim in the shoulder. Both suspects then fled on foot in an unknown direction. The victim and the acquaintance were both driven by a friend to the hospital, and the victim was eventually transported to Baltimore Shock Trauma for Non-Life Threatening injuries. Detectives from the Eastern District Detective Unit responded to assist with this case and the investigation is on-going.
Suspects: 2 Unknown race males wearing dark clothing, ski mask, age and physical description unknown
Victim out-witted half-wit robber with her car alarm
DAVIDSONVILLE, MD. On November 24, 2014, at approximately 6:08 p.m., officers from the Southern District responded to the 3300 block of Riva Road in Davidsonville for a reported robbery of a citizen.
Upon arrival, officers spoke with the 35-year-old female victim, who stated that she pulled into her driveway up to her garage and exited her vehicle. At that time, she dropped an envelope and bent over to pick it up when she felt someone pulling on the strap of her purse, which was over her right shoulder. The victim stood up and observed a male suspect, who pushed her up against her car and demanded her purse. Fearing for her safety, the victim pushed the car panic alarm on her key fob, and the assailant let go of the victim and fled on foot behind the garage into the woods. A search of the area was conducted by Patrol, K-9, Aviation, TPU and DDU. Officers were able to identify the suspect through prior contacts and the victim confirmed his identity as well. Additional evidence collected assisted in the investigation.
At approximately 8:04 p.m., officers responded to a call at the McDonalds located in the 100 block of Mitchells Chance Road in Edgewater for a report that the suspect, Adrian Lionel Dorsey Jr., was on location. Officers located the suspect in the store and placed him under arrest. The suspect was charged with robbery, second degree assault, and theft.
Suspect: Adrian Lionel Dorsey Jr., 24, of no fixed address.