Police also are investigating a May report at the same mall where a woman was grabbed by a man. After the man reached under her skirt, police said, she hit him and he fled.
Teen stole money for mother’s drugs
A Severn teenager is going to prison for robbing people to support his mother’s drug habit.
Jamar Isaac, 18, will serve 18 months for stealing more than $60,000 from a dozen people. The robberies happened in Severn, Glen Burnie and Brooklyn Park.
Isaac pleaded guilty to eight crimes last week.
Assistant State’s Attorney Michael Dunty said this case is unusual because Isaac was stealing so Angela Eagleton, 49, who has an extensive criminal history, could continue her drug use.
Anne Arundel County state’s attorney spokeswoman Kristin Riggin said Eagleton just got out of prison for similar crimes.
Prosecutors said Isaac still owes his victims about $63,000.
Police found nearly $10,000 in drugs and $14,000 in cash when they raided his home. They also found guns and a bulletproof vest.
Two men charged in Marine’s death
Two men were indicted yesterday in the fatal stabbing of a Marine last month, Baltimore city prosecutors said.
Maurice Crosby, 19, and Eric Ammenhauser, 21, are charged with first-degree murder in the June 10 death of Michael Simms, 19.
Mr. Simms was trying to break up a fight between his friends when he was stabbed.