Mother charged with child desertionAn Annapolis woman was...


September 04, 1992

Mother charged with child desertion

An Annapolis woman was charged with deserting her nine-month-old daughter after she left the child in the front yard of a friend's home, county police reported yesterday.

Police said Laura Marie Weibley, 20, of the 500 block of Bellerive Drive in Dorado Hills, left her daughter in her car seat at a home in the 1600 block of Ruxton Road at 5:50 p.m.

She told Kenny Smith, the man who lives there, that she needed to leave the child with him but did not say why, where she was going or how long she would be gone, the police report said.

Mr. Smith brought the child to his sister's home on nearby Oriole Road.

Tracy Lynn Smith, his sister, called police and said she could not take care of the child because she had children of her own to watch.

She told officers she had been a baby sitter for the girl before, and Ms. Weibley had dropped her daughter off before without pTC saying where she was going or when she would return.

Officers bought the child to Southern District station and called the county Department of Social Services, the police report said.

A case worker said this has been a problem with Ms. Weibley in the past and that the department was working with her.

The child was placed in a foster home.

Man exposes himself in Glen Burnie

A 22-year-old Glen Burnie man told police another man exposed himself to him Tuesday morning on Silent Shadow Court.

Ricky Reed of the 7900 block of Silent Shadow Court told officers that he was walking down the street at 11:35 a.m. when a man who kept circling the street called Mr. Reed over.

Mr. Reed went to the passenger side of the car, but the man said he could not hear what he was saying. So Mr. Reed walked over to the driver's side window and saw that the man was exposing himself.

The man grabbed Mr. Reed's arm, and Mr. Reed punched him in the face.

The man drove off.

Mr. Reed described the man as in his 60s and driving a blue Mercury Marquis.

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