Severna Park woman dies of crash injuriesANNAPOLIS -- A...


May 25, 1992|By From Staff Reports

ANNAPOLIS — Severna Park woman dies of crash injuries

ANNAPOLIS -- A Severna Park woman died Saturday of injuries she suffered when her car collided with another on Bestgate Road in Annapolis, Anne Arundel County police said.

Rosemary A. Parvis, 47, of the 600 block of Dill Road, was the state's second traffic fatality of the Memorial Day weekend.

At 1 p.m. Saturday, Ms. Parvis was attempting to turn left onto Bestgate Road from Lawrence Avenue when her 1988 Toyota Camry was hit on the passenger side by a 1990 Chevrolet Corsica driven by Michael E. Neese, 21, of the 2100 block of Johns Hopkins Drive in Gambrills, police said.

Ms. Parvis died at 9 p.m. at Prince George's Hospital Center in Cheverly, police said.

Mr. Neese and a passenger in his car, Christine Priester, 23, of the 1600 block of Bancroft Lane in Crofton, were treated and released from Anne Arundel Medical Center in Annapolis, police said.

Charges in the accident are pending a review by the state's attorney's office, police said.

At 1 a.m. Saturday, William Harold Amereihn, 31, of the 900 block of N. Marlyn Ave. in Essex was killed when he walked in front of a 1978 Mercury Cougar as he crossed Eastern Avenue at Carroll Island Road, Baltimore County police reported.

Ultralight plane crash kills woman, injures man

Investigators are probing the crash of an ultralight airplane in Washington County that seriously injured the pilot and killed his passenger shortly after 8 p.m. Saturday.

State police in Hagerstown said the small, open aircraft smashed into a 50-foot cliff between 15 and 20 feet above the base of the Mellott quarry off Creek Road west of Hancock.

Monica Hess, 23, of Crystal Springs, Pa., was killed. Pilot Donald K. Whiteside, 25, of Warfordsburg, Pa., was taken to the Maryland Shock Trauma Center in Baltimore, where he was listed in serious condition yesterday.

Boardinghouse resident shot dead in his room


BALTIMORE -- A 46-year-old man was killed yesterday when a gunman kicked in the door to the victim's room in a Northwest Baltimore boardinghouse and opened fire, police said.

The gunman let himself into the boardinghouse in the 2900 block of Violet Ave. through an unlocked door about 1 p.m., police said. He went to Thomas R. Boyd's room and fired several shots, Detective Gary Dunnigan said. Detective Dunnigan said that the shooting apparently followed an argument over money.

Witnesses described the gunman as black, about 5 feet 7 inches tall with a medium build, and in his early 30s. He was wearing a green knit shirt and tan shorts.

Lotto jackpot glitters even brighter

The jackpot for Wednesday's Maryland Lotto drawing is expected to climb to $15 million -- one of the largest in state lottery history -- because of a recent run of bad luck for would-be millionaires playing the semiweekly game.

With no jackpot winner in recent weeks, the projected top prize -- for a single winner, a before-tax annuity worth $750,000 a year for 20 years -- may match the second-largest ever in Maryland, according to lottery spokesman Carroll H. Hynson Jr.

Although 3.6 million tickets were sold for Saturday night's $12 million drawing, none matched the winning numbers of 6-14-15-36-42-49. Lottery officials said 131 tickets matched five of the numbers to win $1,146 each, while 6,834 tickets matched four of the numbers to win $37 each.

The biggest single Lotto winner in state history was David K. Moreland, a Lothian resident whose subscription ticket won him $21,077,616 last August -- which before taxes worked out to be just over $1 million a year for 20 years.

Lotto jackpot glitters even brighter

The jackpot for Wednesday's Maryland Lottery Lotto drawing will be an estimated $15 million annuity -- $750,000 a year before taxes for 20 years.

Although 3.6 million tickets were sold for Saturday night's drawing, none matched the winning numbers of 6-14-15-36-42-49.

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