Police Press Release March 28, 2017
On March 27, 2017 at approximately 9:30 p.m., an officer that was on routine patrol in a marked police vehicle was traveling west on Ft. Smallwood Road into the entrance to Tick Neck Park. The driver of a Jeep Wrangler was traveling east exiting the park at a high rate of speed when he failed to yield to the right of way and made a left turn in front of the police vehicle. As a result, the Jeep struck the police vehicle. All occupants in the Jeep and the officer suffered non-life-threatening injuries and were transported to area hospitals. No citations have been issued at this time. The incident is still being investigated by the Traffic Safety Section.
Vehicle#1: 1994 Jeep Wrangler
17 year old male from Glen Burnie Minor injuries - BWMC
Aaron Bradley 18 years old from Pasadena Minor injuries - BWMC
Paul Patterson 19 years old from Glen Burnie Non-life threatening injuries - Shock Trauma
Vehicle #2: 2014 Chevy Caprice
Anne Arundel County
8435 Maxwell Frye Road
Millersville, Maryland 211108
Officer Wortring (2 years of service with department) Minor injuries - BWMC
Citizen Robbery Glen Burnie
On March 27, 2017 at approximately 4:50 pm, officers responded to the area of Sharon Drive in Glen Burnie for a report of a recovered wallet. The owner was identified and the officer responded to his residence in the 400 block of Aquahart Road in Glen Burnie. Upon making contact, the victim advised he had been robbed in the morning at approximately 3:00 a.m. The victim advised he had returned home and was in his driveway when he was approached by a female suspect, who displayed a handgun and demanded his wallet. The victim complied and the female fled on foot. The victim was uninjured during the incident.
Suspect: White female, 30's, 5'06", skinny build, fair complexion, jeans, winter hat and a light colored jacket, displayed a black automatic handgun.