Police: Man Steals Car at Casino, Burglarizes Home
A man reportedly stole a woman's keys and her car at the Maryland Live! casino, then drove to Edgewater and burglarized her home.
Anne Arundel County police said officers used a stun gun to subdue and arrest a man they said stole a car near the Maryland Live! casino, then burglarized a home in Edgewater on Wednesday night.
According to a press release from Anne Arundel County police, a man allegedly took a woman’s keys at the Maryland Live! casino in Hanover and stole her car, drove it to Edgewater and burglarized her home.
Police charged Daniel Lee Miller, 50, of the 2600 block of Fairview Avenue in connection with the incident.
At 6:06 p.m. Wednesday, western district police officers responded to the 7000 block of Arundel Mills Circle in Hanover for a report of a stolen vehicle. Upon arrival, officers spoke to a woman who said she lost her house and car keys inside the casino and then later realized her car was missing, according to the release.
Officers learned that her car was somewhere near her home on the 200 block of Night Haven Court, in the Colony Crossing community in Edgewater.
Southern district police went to the woman’s home to look for the stolen vehicle and one of the officers said they saw a man carrying property from the victim’s residence, according to the release. Police ordered the man to stop but he refused and struggled with an officer who then used a stun gun to subdue him, police said.
Officers recovered property taken from the woman’s home as well as her car, according to the press release.