East Columbia

December 08, 1992

Plans for apartments to be reviewed

The Howard County Planning Board will review plans today to build 104 rental apartment units for senior citizens in Owen Brown village.

The meeting begins at 9:30 a.m. in the Ellicott Room of the George Howard Building in Ellicott City.

Owen Brown II Limited Partnership has submitted a sketch plan for approval. The rental units would be built next to Owen Brown Place within the Cradlerock Way loop, on about one-third acre, with another one-third acre reserved for open space.

Ten percent of the units would be reserved for low-income tenants, the remainder for moderate-income tenants.

Purse stolen at parking lot

An unidentified man fled with a 36-year-old Columbia woman's purse Sunday night at the Owen Brown Village Center's parking lot, county police said.

The man snatched the purse as the woman carried it under her arm while walking to her car about 7:20 p.m. Sunday, police said.

The woman was not injured. The purse contained $110 in cash, along with credit cards.

POLICE LOG

*Owen Brown: 8900 block of McGaw Court: Windows of two 1979 trucks were smashed Friday or Saturday, and folders and ledgers were taken. The trucks belonged to Temporary Distribution.

* 8900 block of McGaw Court: Four tires valued at $800 were stolen from a 1993 Ford Fiesta Friday or Saturday. The vehicle was left on wooden blocks.

*Long Reach: 8700 block of Cloud Leap Court: Someone broke a passenger window of a 1990 Honda CRX Sunday and stole a $350 Sony CD player and two Hollywood speakers valued at $400.

L 6400 block of Dobbin Center Way: Someone stole a wallet from

a table at Marguerita Maggie's Friday. The wallet contained a driver's license, keys and credit cards.

*Oakland Mills: 9400 block of Kilamanjaro Road: A $10 bike chain, a $50 18-inch bicycle tire, $20 bicycle brakes and a $5 handlebar grip were stolen from a bicycle that was left at a bicycle rack between Wednesday and Friday.

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