Baltimore Man Assaults Store Employees, Customer, Off Duty Cop In Fight Over Chair
Stanley Jacob Drebin faces charges of first-degree assault, second-degree assault and reckless endangerment, and has been released on $50,000 bail.
Baltimore Man Arrested After Argument at Staples
Angry about a chair, a man tried to attack the store manager and assaulted a customer, police said.
By Janet Metzner • Patch
An argument over a chair resulted in Stanley Jacob Drebin, 54, of Baltimore, facing assault charges after an alleged altercation with store employees and at least one customer at the Pikesville Staples store, according to Baltimore County police spokeswoman Det. Cathy Batton
Drebin allegedly went to the store to pick up a chair on Friday afternoon, according to police accounts.
"He became upset that the chair wasn't being worked on and he attempted to go after the store manager," Batton said. "The assistant manager and another customer stepped in to keep him from striking the manager, then he began pushing them."
Batton said Drebin allegedly "grabbed a customer by the throat and began to squeeze."
Drebin allegedly ran to his van and as he drove away, he struck an off-duty U.S. Capitol Police officer who was trying to detain Drebin and call 911.
Drebin, of the 3400 block of Labyrinth Road, faces charges of first-degree assault, second-degree assault and reckless endangerment, and has been released on $50,000 bail, Batton said.
According to my source, Drebin is an "Agudanik" with a very foul mouth who has gotten a free pass on that from Agudah for years because he gives a lot of time and money to tzedaka, charity.