Man In Shock Trauma After Pole Collision

Police beat

June 21, 1991

An Annapolis man was flown to the Maryland Shock Trauma Center at University Hospital in Baltimore and was listed in stable condition yesterday after crashing into a telephone pole along Route 214 on the Mayo Peninsula.

Warren A. Johnson, 43, of the 1600 block of Col-Mar Lane was trapped in his car for nearly an hour, bringing traffic to avirtual standstill along the only major road serving the peninsula.

The police report said Johnson was driving eastbound at about 10:42 a.m., when he swerved over the center line, then overcompensated and ran off the road and into a telephone poll near Loch Haven Drive.

Electrical service was disrupted for about 2 1/2 hours to approximately 3,000 Beverly Beach area residents, Baltimore Gas and Electric spokeswoman Peggy Molloy said.

A compilation of some of the crimesreported to Anne Arundel County police and state police is:

Chestnut Hill Cove

7000 Timberfield Place: June 14, ladder used to enter second-floor window, tools and jewelry taken; total loss, $1,910.

Hanover

100 Chesapeake Mobil Court: June 18, grandfather clock, china and five cans of National Bohemian beer taken from trailer home; total loss, $1,407.

7500 block of Connelley Drive: June 17-18, vent windows on seven vans and trucks broken in a parking lot, tools taken; total loss, $5,000 to $7,000.

Pasadena

7600 block of Tuggies Road: June 13, 16-foot motorboat taken from water; total loss, $1,600.

1300 block of Annapolis Road: June 16-17, gas arc welder stolen using a small crane or front-end loader; total loss, $2,500.

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