GLEN BURNIE, MD. Anne Arundel Police are looking for this attempted robbery suspect. Can you help them ID this alleged dirtbag? And yes, his shirt really says that. “Crime Pays”
On July 26, 2015 at 9:42 p.m., officers responded to the Little Caesar’s Pizza located at 7562 Ritchie Highway for a report of an attempted robbery.
Employees advised that the suspect entered the business and displayed a note demanding money. He lifted his shirt and displayed the handle of a weapon in his waistband which appeared to be a handgun. Employees were unable to open the register and the suspect took the note and fled on foot in an unknown direction. Multiple officers canvassed the area with negative results.
No one was injured.
Suspect is described as a white male, approximately 6′ tall, freckles, brown hair, with a curly beard, dark clothing and a baseball hat. His shirt had some type of logo or writing on the front. He also had braces or some type of caps on his teeth.
Suspect arrested in Glen Burnie citizen robberies
GLEN BURNIE, MD. – Anne Arundel Police nabbed a guy they believe has committed multiple robberies in the area and brutal assaults of at least one victim.
On July 22, 2015, at approximately 9:30 p.m., officers from Eastern District responded to the 1900 block of Crain Highway for a report of an injured subject who sustained extensive facial injuries. The victim was unable to communicate with officers and was transported to the University of Maryland Shock Trauma Center in Baltimore with life threatening injuries. The victim had no identification and could not initially be identified. On July 23, 2015, the victim, a 50-year-old male from Annapolis, was identified. He remains at Shock Trauma in critical condition.
On July, 23, 2015, at 6:30 p.m., Eastern District officers responded to the intersection of Crain Highway and Hospital Drive in Glen Burnie for a report of an assault. When officers arrived, they discovered the victim, a 59-year-old male, suffering from injuries after being assaulted. The suspect, later identified as 24-year-old Timothy Lamar Stevenson Jr., was located leaving the area of the assault. He was detained and then identified by a witness as the person who committed the assault. Officers learned that the suspect attempted to take property from the victim as he assaulted him. He was placed under arrest and charged with first and second degree assault, robbery and disorderly conduct for this incident.
During the arrest, officers located a wallet in the suspect’s pocket that belonged to the victim from the previous evening who is currently at Shock Trauma. Additionally, officers recognized that the suspect was wearing the shoes of that same victim. Through their investigation, detectives established that Timothy Lamar Stevenson Jr., was responsible for the assault and robbery of the victim on July 22nd in the 1900 block of Crain Highway in Glen Burnie. In that case, the suspect is being charged with attempted first and second degree murder, robbery, theft and first and second degree assault.
Suspect: Timothy Lamar Stevenson Jr., 24, of no fixed address.
3 Suspected Dirtbags Nabbed in Edgewater vehicle break-ins
EDGEWATER, MD. — Who has been breaking into your vehicles in the Edgewater area? Your neighbors, say police.
Anne Arundel Police report that between June 25, 2015, and June 29, 2015, numerous vehicles in Edgewater, to include 11 in the South River Colony Crossing Community, were broken into during the overnight hours. The Police Department received complaints from victims reporting they were missing loose change, gift cards, credit cards and sunglasses. All of the vehicles that were entered during these incidents were left unlocked by the owners. Through investigation, uniformed patrol officers and detectives were able to charge three suspects with these offenses.
On July 6, 2015, officers were able to link Steven Moreland to several of the thefts that occurred in the Edgewater communities. Moreland was arrested and charged with 37 different theft-related offenses. On July 7, 2015, detectives were able to link Gregory Kerr and Allison King to the thefts that occurred in the South River Colony Crossing Community. Evidence suggests these suspects have committed these types of crimes before in the area. A District Court Commissioner issued a criminal summons for Kerr and King charging them each with 24 various theft-related offenses.
Suspect #1: Steven Charles Moreland, 22, of 122 Washington Road, Edgewater, Md
Suspect #2: Gregory Joseph Kerr, 25, of 3268 Rolling Road, Edewater, Md
Suspect #3: Allison Kathleen King, 24, of 410 Silver Run Road, Edgewater, Md