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Police Press Release for April 10, 2018

Northern District

Commercial Robbery - Brooklyn Park

On April 9, 2018 at approximately 8:45 p.m., officers responded to Spencer’s Liquors located at 4300 Ritchie Highway for a commercial robbery.  The employee stated the two suspects entered the store, displayed handguns, and demanded cash.  The employee complied and the suspects fled from the area.  Several officers responded and searched the area but were unable to locate either suspects.  No injuries were reported as a result of this incident.

Suspects:

1)      Black male, wearing dark clothing and face mask

2)      Black male, wearing dark clothing and face mask

 

Animal Neglect (UPDATE) - Glen Burnie

On March 20th, 2018, the Anne Arundel County Police Department's Animal Control Section received information from an individual representing several dog owners who lived out of the area, but who had delivered dogs to "Olympian Kennels" for the purposes of receiving dog training services.  Some of the dog owners became concerned about the welfare of their animals when they could not reach the kennel’s owners, Rebecca Wolfe or Cameron Whitaker-Nelson, by telephone.  Additionally, there was information that Rebecca Wolfe had posted a message on social media that Animal Control had taken all the animals in her care and custody, which Animal Control had not.  

Based on the investigation, an Animal Control Officer applied for a Statement of Charges against Rebecca Wolfe and Cameron Whitaker-Nelson.  The District Court Commissioner issued Criminal Summonses, charging both Rebecca Wolfe and Cameron Whitaker-Nelson with forty (40) counts each of animal cruelty.  Five (5) counts relating to each of eight (8) dogs determined to be in their care (two of the eight dogs had been recovered by the owner's representative on March 19th, 2018). 

Charges related to each of the eight (8) dogs:

* Failure to provide nutritious food in sufficient quantity

* Failure to provide proper air

* Failure to provide proper space

* Failure to provide necessary veterinary care

* Failure to provide necessary sustenance

During the investigation, it was learned that Rebecca Wolfe has been promoting herself as "Olympian Kennels" online and through social media.  At this time, neither Rebecca Wolfe nor Cameron Whitaker-Nelson has an Anne Arundel County license to operate as a dog fancier, commercial kennel or pet care business.  Anne Arundel County Animal Control is working with other county agencies regarding any zoning or business permit violations. 

The investigation into Rebecca Wolfe's and Cameron Whitaker-Nelson's activities relating to the training and care of dogs is continuing and additional charges could result.  Anyone with information is asked to contact Animal Control Officer Wolfe at 410-222-3929 (no relation to suspect Rebecca Wolfe).   

Suspects:

1)      Rebecca M. Wolfe

DOB: 08/01/85

7 Brown Shade Drive

Glen Burnie, Maryland

 

2)      Cameron J. Whitaker-Nelson

DOB: 11/20/91

7 Brown Shade Drive

Glen Burnie, Maryland

 

UPDATE:

As part of the continuing investigation, Animal Control Officers obtained additional information about another dog that was allegedly neglected by Rebecca Wolf and her father James Wolfe.  Through investigation, Animal Control Officers developed probable cause to charge Rebecca Wolfe with additional charges related to this case. Officers also charged her father, James Wolfe with related animal cruelty charges.  The Officer applied for charges through the court commissioner’s office and the court issued a criminal summons for both Rebecca and James Wolfe.  On April 6, 2018, officers located and served Rebecca and James Wolf their criminal summonses charging them with the following:

* Failure to provide nutritious food in sufficient quantity

* Failure to provide proper drink

* Failure to provide proper space

* Failure to provide necessary veterinary care

* Unlawfully cause, procure, or authorize the unnecessary infliction of pain

 

Suspects:

1)      Rebecca M. Wolfe

DOB: 08/01/85

7 Brown Shade Drive

Glen Burnie, Maryland

 

2)      James Randolph Wolfe

DOB: 03/05/57

915 Rose Anne Road

Glen Burnie, Maryland

 

This investigation is on-going.  Anyone with information about this case should contact Animal Control Officer Wolfe at 410-222-3929.

 

 

Western District

1St Degree Assault - Severn

On March 26, 2018 at approximately 11:00 p.m., officers responded to Severn Hills Way and Severn Hills Lane in Severn for a “road rage” incident. The adult male victim advised that while driving in the area of Harmans Road near Dorsey Road he pulled over to allow for a tailgating vehicle to pass him. The operator of the tailgating vehicle stopped and exited his vehicle on foot to confront the victim. The victim drove from the area but was followed again by the same suspect until stopping in the area of Severn Hills Lane.  While stopped the suspect exited his vehicle again and this time confronted the victim with a handgun identifying himself as a federal agent. A verbal exchange occurred and the victim was able to leave the area without injury.

During the investigation the suspect was positively identified as William Dent, a federal agent who works for the United States Air Force Office of Special Investigations.  Detectives obtained a warrant for Mr. Dent and notified his supervision.  Upon being notified of the warrant, Mr. Dent responded to Western District police station where he surrendered himself without incident.

Suspect/arrested:

1)      William Virgil Dent

57 years old

Severn, MD

-Assault-1st degree

-Assault-2nd degree

-Reckless Endangerment

-Stalking

-Firearm Use in the Commission of a Violent Crime

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