Trespassing suspect escapes during transferA man arrested...

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December 14, 1992|By From Staff Reports

ANNE ARUNDEL COUNTY — Trespassing suspect escapes during transfer

A man arrested while allegedly trying to break into his mother's Anne Arundel County home in search of a gun escaped from a prisoner transport officer early yesterday outside the office of the court commissioner in Glen Burnie.

Mark Hugh Davis, 36, got away when the officer from the Wackenhut Security Services company was handcuffing another prisoner, police said.

County police said officers arrested Mr. Davis Saturday night at his mother's home in the 100 block of Olan Drive in Glen Burnie. They said he was looking for a handgun his mother keeps hidden there.

Mr. Davis was charged with destruction of property, trespassing and drug charges -- in reference to PCP the man was carrying, police said.

Two hurt when car collides with police van

BALTIMORE

BALTIMORE -- A city police officer and another man were injured yesterday when a police van collided with a car at an East Baltimore intersection, authorities said.

After the initial impact at 2:25 p.m., the police van spun out of control and hit a light pole, which fell on some wires and knocked down an overhead traffic signal.

The driver, Officer John Smith, 34, was trapped in the van and had to be freed by firefighters. He was expected to be released after treatment at Johns Hopkins Hospital, police said.

Officer Raymond Howard, an accident investigator, said the van was westbound on Madison Street with lights and siren activated when it was hit by a 1980 Chevrolet Monte Carlo being driven north on Chester Street.

The driver of the car, Johnny Shelly, 34, of the 5900 block of Radecke Ave., was charged with several traffic violations, including running a red light.

County coordinates state bus driver testing

CARROLL COUNTY

WESTMINSTER

WESTMINSTER -- The Carroll County school system will coordinate a contract for schools statewide to have bus drivers tested for drugs.

The Board of Education approved a contract to the lowest bidder, National Center for Forensic Studies, for $294,609 to test bus drivers for all school systems in the state for the next four years.

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