Police investigate reported kidnapping and robbery
(Aberdeen, Maryland) August 28, 2008 – At about 02:25 hrs the Baltimore County Police received a call of an injured subject in the area of Ebenezer Road and Pulaski Highway.
Arriving officers found 30 year old Brian Baynes suffering from a serious arm injury. Baynes is an employee for the restaurant concession at Ripken Stadium in Aberdeen.
Baynes was finishing up nightly duties in an office area when a male entered, displayed a handgun and demanded money. After receiving an undisclosed amount of money the male forced Baynes into his vehicle and forced him to drive from the area. The in area of Ebenezer Road and Pulaski Highway Baynes exited his vehicle and ran into a wooded area.
During the incident Baynes suffered a laceration type injury to his arm. He is being treated at Bayview Hospital. The Aberdeen Police Department Criminal Investigation Section is conducting the investigation and anyone with information regarding this incident is asked to contact the section at 410-272-2121.
The Ripken Stadium web site has Baynes’ full biography:
An owner of two successful restaurants in Baltimore and Carroll Counties, Brian’s experience as a restaurateur also includes affiliations with such corporate chains as Glory Days Grill. Since joining the Levy Restaurants management team in December 2007, Brian has already become an integral member of Levy’s sports and entertainment venues throughout the region, contributing to the opening of the Mall of America for Nickelodeon, the NCAA playoffs at Verizon Center, and operations at Wrigley Field, Texas Motor Speedway and Churchill Downs on behalf of the Kentucky Derby.