Byron Attends Funeral Of Niece, Plans To Visit Carroll Tomorrow

August 18, 1991

Washington police continued their investigation Friday into the Monday night shooting death of the niece of U.S. Representative Beverly B. Byron, D-6th.

Milissa B. Golden, 35, of Bowie, Prince George's County, was shot and killed in her car while waiting for a traffic signal to change at an intersection in southeast Washington.

Golden, who police believe may have been the victim of a robbery attempt, died at D.C. General Hospital shortly after the 9 p.m. shooting. Two arrest warrants have been issued in the case, but as of lateFriday no arrests had been made, said Washington police spokesman Daniel Straub.

Byron, a Frederick resident, canceled part of Friday's district tour that included stops in Carroll and Frederick counties, so she could attend her niece's funeral. However, a Byron spokeswoman said Friday that tomorrow's scheduled stops in Carroll will proceed as planned.

Here is tomorrow's Carroll schedule:

* 9:30 a.m.:Keymar post office.

* 10:15 a.m.: Taneytown post office.

* 11 a.m.: Uniontown post office.

* 11:45 a.m.: Union Mills Homestead.

* 12:45 p.m.: Manchester post office.

* 1:30 p.m.: Hampstead Town Hall.

* 2:30 p.m.: Westminster district office, 6 N. Court St.

* 4:30 p.m.: Gamber Fire Company.

* 5 p.m.: Eldersburg Library.

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