Police Press Release for May 20, 2018
Armed Citizen Robbery - Glen Burnie
On May 20, 2018 at approximately 3:01 a.m. officers responded to an armed citizen robbery in the 100 block of Warwickshire Lane in Glen Burnie. The adult female victim stated that after parking her car, she was approached by the suspect that produced a handgun and demanded money. The victim complied and the suspect then fled on foot. Several officers responded but were unable to locate the suspect. There were no injuries.
Suspect: Black male, approximately 5’8” - skinny build - short hair and facial hair – wearing dark clothing
Armed Citizen Robbery - Baltimore
On May 19, 2018 at approximately 11:32 p.m. officers responded to an armed citizen robbery in the area of Old Riverside Road and W. Edgevale Road in Brooklyn Park. The adult male victim stated that while walking in the area he was approached by the suspects that both produced a handgun and demanded money. The victim advised he was struck in the head and kicked while the suspects took money from his pocket. The suspects then fled to a waiting car that was being operated by a third suspect and fled the area. Several officers responded but were unable to locate the suspects or suspect vehicle. The victim was transported to Harbor Hospital with minor injuries.
1) Black male wearing all dark clothing, black bandana covering face
2) Black male wearing all dark clothing, black bandana covering face
3) White female, brown hair with blonde highlights, unknown clothing
Delayed Death Crash - Glen Burnie
On May 18, at approximately 3:31 p.m., officers responded to a two vehicle crash on Baltimore Annapolis Boulevard (MD-648) at Kuethe Road in Glen Burnie. Investigation showed a Jeep was northbound on Kuethe Rd when it failed to stop for the stop sign and entered the intersection. As a result, a truck traveling eastbound struck the Jeep.
The driver of the Jeep, who was alert and conscious, was taken to Maryland Shock Trauma in Baltimore on a precautionary basis with unknown injuries. The driver of the box truck was taken to Harbor Hospital with minor injuries. In the evening on May 18, 2018, while receiving medical treatment at Maryland Shock Trauma, the driver of the Jeep died from his injuries.
The cause of the crash is the Jeep failing to stop for a stop sign and yield to traffic on a thru roadway. Based on witness accounts, a medical event may have contributed to the crash. It does not appear that speed, drugs or alcohol were involved. The Traffic Safety Section is investigating and charges, if any, will be after review by the State’s Attorney.
Vehicle #1: 2004 Jeep Grand Cherokee
Driver/Owner: John Payne Jackson, 85 years old from Annapolis, Maryland
Shock Trauma – FATAL injuries
Vehicle #2: 2015 Isuzu NPR Box Truck
Driver: Richard L. Hartloff Sr., 62 years old from Baltimore, Maryland
Harbor Hospital – minor injuries