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Anne Arundel Week in Crime: Murder Suspects Nabbed, Robberies, Drug Arrests

Here are some of the latest crime headlines from the past week in Anne Arundel County.

Police Seek Suspect in Robbery of Glen Burnie Wawa

Police released several photos and are seeking information on a suspect in the armed robbery of a Wawa in Glen Burnie early Wednesday.

Police Seek Man in Purse Theft at Hanover Safeway

Police released a surveillance photo of a man accused of stealing a woman's purse at a local supermarket.

Police Charge Crofton Man with Murder

A Crofton man was arrested Tuesday morning at a New York airport on a warrant charging him in the death of a Frederick County man.

Man Shot at Royal Inn in Odenton

Police said four men tried to crash a party, then fired shots from the parking lot.

Police arrested a Glen Burnie man after discovering several types of drugs in his vehicle during a traffic stop.

Man Arrested in Glen Burnie Gravesite Thefts

Investigators arrested a Pasadena man in connection with the theft of property from a Glen Burnie graveyard.

Police Arrest Dietrich's Tavern Murder Suspect in Glen Burnie

Police arrested a man they suspect was involved in a fatal shooting on Dec. 30.

Police are searching for a man they say used a gun to rob a 7-Eleven in Gambrills.

Man Asleep in Car Arrested for Drug Possession in Glen Burnie

Police arrested an Arnold man when officers said they found crack cocaine and marijuana after finding him asleep in a running vehicle.

Police arrested a Curtis Bay woman after discovering drugs during a traffic stop in Brooklyn Park early Wednesday.

Brooklyn Park Men Charged With Removing Siding From Community Center

Police arrested two men after finding them on the scene of a reported burglary in Brooklyn Park.

Police arrested a man after finding 224 grams of marijuana in a Glen Burnie apartment during a drug bust.

Editor's note: This is not an all-inclusive list of all crimes reported in the city of Annapolis and Anne Arundel County.

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