Glen Burnie

September 28, 1992


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Take time to help victims of hurricane

For the month of September, the Glen Burnie Mall, at 6711 Ritchie Highway, has been sponsoring a fund-raising drive to benefit the American Red Cross' Hurricane Andrew Disaster relief efforts.

The effort will continue at least through this week.

During regular mall hours -- 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. Monday through Saturday, and from noon to 5 p.m. on Sunday -- shoppers can drop off their tax-deductible contribution to the Red Cross Disaster Relief Fund at the Frequent Shopper Information Center across from Montgomery Ward.

Paula Assero, the assistant manager of the mall, says various contractors who have worked for the mall and mall employees are chipping in to assist in the effort.

In addition, mall merchants are adding to the fund.

This effort by the mall is only one of many that have taken place in the area since the disaster hit south Florida.

According to Linda Lein, spokeswoman for the Central Maryland Red Cross, Glen Burnie "has been as responsive as other Maryland communities in terms of volunteer manpower as well as financial contributions."

Contributions can also be made directly to the American Red Cross. The local Glen Burnie Office is located at 30 Green Way, N.W., and the Baltimore Office is P.O Box Disaster Relief, Baltimore 21263.

Woman tells police boyfriend assaulted her

County police have issued an arrest warrant for Derrick Torin Wilson, 23, of the 8000 block of Nolpark Court in Glen Burnie, after his girlfriend told officers he beat and shot at her Wednesday.

Michelle Donna Boyd, 24, of the 8000 block of Nolpark Court, told police her boyfriend took her to the woods and put a semiautomatic handgun to her head and fired. He missed but told her he would kill her and accused her of stealing money from him. She said he beat and punched her before she could escape.

Compact disc player stolen from car

A Glen Burnie woman reported to police that someone broke into her 1987 Nissan Pulsar and stole a compact disc player and other property.

Tracy Ann Jones, 21, of the 300 block of Arbor Oaks Court, said the thief broke into the car sometime between midnight and 10:30 a.m. Thursday.


*Glen Burnie: A resident reported to police that his house was broken into sometime between 10 a.m. and noon Tuesday.

Bryan Cecil Calvert, 26, of the 6400 block of Cedar Furnace Circle, said the thief got into his house through a kitchen window and took a computer, a cordless phone and $40. When Mr. Calvert returned home, the thief ran out the sliding glass door.

*Glen Burnie: A resident reported to police that someone had stolen a $2,000 gold ring from his bedroom sometime Wednesday.

Timothy L. Douglass, 26, of the 7800 block of Cheverly Road, said the ring was taken sometime between 8 a.m. and 6 p.m.

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