Woman In Collision Dies Of Heart Attack

Police beat

April 17, 1992

A 71-year-old Glen Burnie woman died yesterday after she was involved in a head-on collision and suffered a heart attack.

Pauline Estella Enders, of the first block of Country Club Drive, was turning left from Furnace Branch Road onto Country Club Drive at 1:33 p.m. when she collided with a car heading north on Furnace Branch, police said.Both drivers received head and chest injuries.

Enders suffered a heart attack while still at the accident scene,police said. She was taken by ambulance to North Arundel Hospital, where she died less than an hour after the accident.

The driver of the second car, Martin Barret McBurney, 35, of the 300 block Gatewater Court in Glen Burnie, was taken to University of Maryland Medical Center in Baltimore, where he was listed in fair condition.

Neitherdriver was wearing seat belts, police said.


Two men were arrested within a half hour of each other Wednesday night for soliciting an Annapolis police officer posing as a prostitute on West Street.

Their arrests bring to 43 the number of men charged with soliciting sex on West Street since police began cracking down on prostitution, police said.

Larry Traub, 33, of Fort Lee, N.J., was charged with solicitation at 10:30 p.m. after he parked at Lafayette Avenue and West Street and asked the undercover officer if she wanted to "party," police said. He then invited her to come with him to a local hotel and allegedly offered $10 for oral sex, police said.

Walter E. McNulty, 21, of Grasonville, was arrested half an hour later after he circled the undercover officer at least four times, police said.

He was charged with offering her $20 for oral sex. Police said they also charged him with possession of marijuana after finding the drug in his pants pocket.

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