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 between Aug. 17-28. It is not a complete listing of all events and crimes reported.

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Police are investigating a report of multiple shots being fired in the Pasadena area. They reportedly found bullet holes in a house and two cars.

A car with two women in it struck a tree and the passenger later died from her injuries. Police said Catherine May Guthrie, 81, died as the result of injuries sustained in a car accident on Fort Smallwood Road.

Delegate Don Dwyer (R-Pasadena) admitted to drinking before a boat crash in Anne Arundel County. He told reporters no one should be drinking while operating a boat or any other motor vehicle.

Several people, including children and adults, were transported to local hospitals after an accident in the Magothy River.

Police say Darius Keenan Jr., who lived with his father in Pasadena, is currently incarcerated in North Carolina and faces multiple charges in connection with his father's death.

Rick Bobby Alexander of Pasadena, is a former Anne Arundel County police corporal who was accused by colleagues of being a “lookout” during a raid. A judge offered Alexander probation before judgment, but he will serve 60 days in jail.

A Glen Burnie teen was charged with first-degree assault, burglary, reckless endangerment and numerous weapon offenses in connection with an incident at a Pasadena home.

Jessica Lynn Lee, who was missing from Brooklyn Park, was found dead in Pasadena. Her death was ruled a homicide and police are still investigating.

The body found in the woods in Pasadena was identified as Jessica Lynn Lee, from Brooklyn Park, who went missing in May.


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