Police log

December 11, 1998

The theft of several credit card numbers was uncovered Wednesday at The Bon Ton in Valley Mall by a Washington County Sheriff's deputy who thought he was investigating a shoplifting.

Deputy Richard Peacock went to the store at 8 p.m. on the shoplifting complaint and found a suspect.

Initially, the man told deputies he was 15 years old and had no identification with him, Peacock said.

But what the man did have were the names, addresses and credit card numbers of 16 cardholders, Peacock said.

Rashan Tyri Pittman, 23, of Baltimore, was charged with one count each of hindering/obstructing police, false statement, felony theft and 16 counts of possession of stolen credit card numbers.

Deputies said Peacock learned the man was at the store with several friends.

One of those friends, Glenn Tramaine Dalton, 21, of Cornell Avenue, was charged with hindering/obstructing police, deputies said.

Pittman posted $2,500 bail and Dalton $500 on Thursday.


FREDERICK, Md. - A woman was taken into custody Wednesday evening after allegedly striking another woman, according to the Frederick Police Department.

Police said they were called to 90 Waverley Drive, Apt. 11215, for a trespassing complaint.

Police said the trespasser, who was a woman, agreed to leave.

As she left the apartment another woman was assaulted, police said.

Raynetta L. Sands, 31, of Baltimore, was charged with second-degree assault.

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