MURDER USA Tyrone Mann charged with attempted murder in Glen Burnie
GLEN BURNIE, MD. In the Glen Burnie area of Anne Arundel County where crime is conducted and committed on a daily basis by very dependable elements of the criminal community, Anne Arundel Police report that they have charged a man with deliberately attempting to murder another person by use of a handgun.
Police say that on April 27, 2017, at approximately 10:00 PM Officers from Eastern District responded to the 400 block of Secluded Post Circle in Glen Burnie for the report of a shooting. Upon arrival Officers found a single victim suffering from a gunshot wound. The victim was transported to Shock Trauma and is listed in stable condition.
Officers, K-9 and the police helicopter located the suspect, Tyrone Darrell Mann, 31, of 7822 Edgewater Ave., Pasadena, Md., a short distance from the shooting scene. He was taken into custody, transported to Eastern District and charged.
Police say that Mann targeted the victim and this event does not appear to be a random act. Follow-up investigation is being conducted by Eastern District Detectives.
- Att. 1st Degree Murder
- Att. 2nd Degree Murder
- Assault First and Second Degree
- Handgun in a Vehicle
- Illegal Possession of a Regulated Firearm
- Use of Handgun in a Violent Crime
- Concealed Weapon
- Handgun on a Person
- Reckless Endangerment
ANNE ARUNDEL POLICE BEAT / Cops charge Sausnock with stickup of Sunoco
CROFTON, MD. – Charged with the armed robbery that occurred on April 16, 2017, at 11:32 p.m. Anne Arundel Police reports that officers responded to the Sunoco located at 1025 Route 3 in Crofton for an attempted robbery with a knife. Upon arrival, the officers met with the clerks who reported that a male suspect entered the business, displayed a knife, and demanded currency. The suspect fled prior to obtaining any money.
Police report the arrest on April 27, 2017, of John Rodger Sausnock, 29, of 1502 Falstone Lane, Crofton, Md.
-1st Degree Assault
-2nd Degree Assault
-Dangerous weapon w/ intent to injure
- Sausnock was charged with malicious property destruction in District Court for Baltimore County on March 24, 2016, and on April 15, 2016, the charge was dismissed by the Baltimore County States Attorney.
- Sausnock was charged on August 7, 2013, with carrying a concealed deadly weapon in District Court for Baltimore City by Baltimore City Police Officers Brandon Chambers and Erick Ohmstede. On Dec. 6, 2013, Baltimore City States Attorney Marylin Mosby dropped the charge.
- Sausnock was charged by Anne Arundel Police Officer Pattana on March 24, 2013, with failing to stop for a police vehicle, negligent driving, reckless driving, running a red light and more while operating a Honda on Reidel Road at Tilghman Drive. On March 7, 2014, Anne Arundel States Attorney Wes Adams dropped the charges in a plea deal with Sausnock. Sausnock pleaded guilty to attempting to elude police on March 7, 2014. THE DEAL: no fine, no time, and Probation Before Judgement.
Ex-con Jennerio Shird and Matthews will have to take their robbery act to the next level in Circuit Court
PASADENA, MD. Two chumps will be churning through the court system looking for their own plea deals on charges of sticking up a gas station.
THE DEAL for SHIRD on prior conviction: Five years in prison, which accounts for the gap in his criminal record and proves the value of the mass incarceration of criminals.
Anne Arundel Police report the following:
On April 1, 2017, at approximately 9:25 pm, officers responded for a commercial robbery at the Shell Gas Station located at 303 Mountain Road in Pasadena. Upon arrival, officers met with the employee who stated that two males wearing all dark clothing, masks, and hoods entered the business and approached the clerk. One suspect pointed a silver handgun at the clerk and demanded cash. An undetermined amount of U.S. currency was taken prior to both suspects fleeing the business on foot. An extensive search was conducted with the assistance of K-9 and the police helicopter with negative results.
Through investigative efforts, Robbery Detectives were able to identify the two suspects involved in this robbery. Both suspects have been located and arrested.
1) Jennerio Howard Shird
1945 Camelia Court
2) Dominique Jamal Matthews
329 Hickory Nut Court
Both suspects have been charged with the following:
-1st Degree Assault
-2nd Degree Assault
-Handgun on person
-Theft under $1000
Shird was found guilty of possession of a gun during a violent crime when he entered a plea of guilty in a plea deal on June 21, 2007. Taxpayer-provided free attorney Jennifer Curran represented Shird in the plea deal with the Baltimore City States Attorney. THE DEAL: Five years in prison, which accounts for the gap in his criminal record and proves the value of the mass incarceration of criminals.