ANNE ARUNDEL POLICE BEAT: BEEF OVER BUTTS! Disgruntled customer drove onto sidewalk to strike 7-Eleven clerk attempting to jot down his tag number

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ANNE ARUNDEL POLICE BEAT: BEEF OVER BUTTS!
Disgruntled customer drove onto sidewalk to strike 7-Eleven clerk attempting to jot down his tag number

Police: Ryan Lamar Jenkins hit the 7-Eleven clerk with his car after beef over the price of butts; charged with felony assault.

PASADENA, MD. – Anne Arundel Police say that when a store clerk had a verbal altercation with a customer and followed the man outside to try to write down his tag number, the irate customer drove his vehicle onto the sidewalk and struck the clerk.

On April 25, 2018, at approximately 2:16 a.m., officers responded to a hit and run at the 7-Eleven store located at 8930 Fort Smallwood Road in Pasadena. The suspect then fled from the area in the vehicle.

Officers then responded to the address listed on the vehicle’s registration and located the vehicle parked in front of the residence. Officers made contact with the suspect and he was placed under arrest without incident. The clerk suffered a broken arm and was transported by ground to Shock Trauma due to the mechanism of injury.

Arrested was Ryan Lamar Jenkins, of 8008 East Riverside Drive, Pasadena, Md. Anne Arundel Police Officer Christopher Burkhardt charged Jenkins with reckless endangerment, felony first-degree assault, and second-degree assault, along with 13 traffic violations.

Jenkins was certified to have a free taxpayer provided attorney to represent him in court.

Gunmen skipped the ale and went for the cash

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GLEN BURNIE, MD. – Anne Arundel Police report that three masked black males with guns didn’t want any booze when they rushed into a liquor store with guns drawn.

On April 24, 2017, at 10:49 p.m., officers responded to a robbery at JP’s Liquor Fair located at 6736 Ritchie Highway in Glen Burnie. An employee advised three suspects entered the store, displayed handguns, and demanded money.

Police say that the employee complied, and the suspects fled the area. Several officers responded and canvassed the area but were unable to locate the suspects.

Trouble in River City when Gun Gangstas from Baltimore Followed Man Home

GLEN BURNIE, MD. – Sometimes there may be a shortage of Wisdom on Wisdom Court. Police say that on April 24, 2018, at approximately 12:18 a.m., officers responded for a report of gunshots in the area of Old Stage Road at Wisdom Court in Glen Burnie.

When officers arrived in the area they located three parked vehicles in the 1000 block of Wisdom Court that had been struck by gunfire. Officers ultimately located an adult male victim that stated he was followed home after an altercation in Baltimore City.

The victim stated that the three male suspects wearing dark clothing shot at him as he exited his vehicle and entered his apartment building.  There were no injuries. Eastern District Detectives are investigating the incident.

 

 

Cops seeking the Fat Black Bandit Who Only Stayed in No-Tell Motel Long Enough to Rob Clerk

GLEN BURNIE, MD. – Police report that on April 23, 2018, at 9:44 p.m., officers responded to a robbery at the Extended Stay America located at 104 Chesapeake Center Drive in Glen Burnie.

A hotel employee stated the suspect entered the hotel lobby, implied he had a gun, and demanded money.  The employee complied, and the suspect fled the hotel on foot.

Several officers including police canine responded, however, the suspect could not be located. There were no injuries, say police and the bandit who bore only the suggestion of a gun and was said to be a fat black guy in his 20’s, dressed all in black.

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