Anne Arundel Week in Crime: Verizon Robberies, Prostitution Sting, Annapolis Thefts
Here are some of the latest crime headlines from the past week in Anne Arundel County.
The March 9 robbery of the Verizon Wireless store may have been the work of a crew that has struck stores all over the region, police said.
Police arrested a man who attempted to rob the Glen Burnie restaurant shortly after leaving for causing a disturbance.
Officers charged seven men with soliciting prostitution in Linthicum after contacting the men online.
Annapolis Police say the string of thefts continues.
Police said a man suffered non-life threatening injuries after being stabbed in a robbery attempt Wednesday morning.
Walter Livramento of Annapolis faces charges of drug possession and theft.
Police said the incident occurred overnight early last week.
Intruder pulls knife on Annapolis man in his home and demands money.
Two instances of theft did not involve forced entry, police said.
A man was robbed and assaulted on the trail on March 2.
Officers said they observed Daniel Corona entering and exiting the county landfill on Burns Crossing Road.
Anne Arundel County police executing a search warrant arrested a Severn man on drug charges Wednesday night.
Police seize more than $2,000 worth of marijuana from a home on Dopeco Court.
Editor's note: This is not an all-inclusive list of all crimes reported in the city of Annapolis and Anne Arundel County.