Police, Fire Incidents: Pasadena
The following information was supplied by the Anne Arundel County police and fire departments.
This activity report is a selection of local incidents provided as a public service to the community and compiled by Patch on Oct. 4-17. It is not a complete listing of all events and crimes reported.
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Suspects Use Stun Gun in Pasadena Home Invasion
Suspects use stun gun on homeowner in order to make entry, according to police.
Police: Alcohol, Drugs Possible Factors in Crash
A crash involving a car and a motorcycle occurred Monday night at the intersection of Fort Smallwood and Solley roads in Pasadena.
Police Charge 2 Teens in a Pasadena Murder
Ronald Lee McLeod of Columbia and Daniel Alex Savage of Glen Burnie were both charged with first-degree murder for allegedly shooting two people outside a Pasadena house party.
Police Investigate Fatal Pasadena Shooting
Police said the shooting occurred early Saturday morning in the 7000 block of Outing Avenue after a party.
Photos Show Suspects in Purse Snatching
Police are asking for help in identifying the men shown in surveillance photos at Marley Station mall in Glen Burnie. The men may be connected to a Pasadena purse snatching, according to police.
Police Searching for Suspects in Mountain Road Robbery
A woman was robbed in the parking lot of a shopping center on Mountain Road Tuesday night.
Hazmat Unit Responds to False Alarm at Park
A worker was exposed to some white powder—later determined to be asbestos—at Downs Park in Pasadena. His health was not in jeopardy, according to the fire department.
Pit Bull Shot by Off-Duty Officer After Attack in Pasadena
The officer was bitten on the leg by the dog before he shot it, according to police.
Stolen Ravens Tickets Lead to Anne Arundel Twosome
Police charged a Pasadena man and a Glen Burnie woman in the daytime door kick-in burglaries in Howard County.
Search for Burglar Disrupts Pasadena School Dismissal
The suspect was seen behind the school during dismissal.