Glen Burnie

December 15, 1992

4 from Chamber of Commerce get community service honors

Four members of the Northern Anne Arundel County Chamber of Commerce have been recognized for their community service during the past year.

Honored with the President's Award at last week's chamber meeting were Randy Box of C. W. Amos and Co., Mary Bierley of Signet Bank, Al Thyr of AB Advertising and Barbara Wise of Citizen's Bank.

"The award is for the outstanding unsung heroes of the chamber, the behind-the-scenes worker who doesn't get a whole lot of credit but who does a whole lot of work," said Pamela Kaiser, chamber office manager.

Chamber members are soliciting donations of Christmas stockings for their annual Christmas party at Archbishop Spalding High School, set for Saturday. This year, 150 local underprivileged children will enjoy a special holiday treat, thanks to chamber members.

Each child will have his photo taken with Santa Claus and receive a personalized gift and stocking.

The Children's Party Committee is looking for a community group to provide stockings for this event.

Information: Ms. Kaiser at the chamber office, 766-8282.

Handcuffed man flees court in Glen Burnie

County police were looking yesterday for a handcuffed 36-year-old man who escaped from guards at District Court in Glen Burnie Sunday.

According to the police report, private guards from Wackenhut Security, hired by the county to transport prisoners, were taking several men to the District Court Commissioner at 2:58 a.m. when Mark Hugh Davis, of no fixed address, ran out of the commissioner's office.

Police said Mr. Davis was being held on charges of destruction of property and trespassing.

POLICE

* Woodside Square: Someone broke into a 1987 Acura Legend parked in the 500 block of West Court Sunday and stole stereo equipment valued at $1,600.

* Glen Burnie: A resident of the 300 block of Fourth St. reported to police that someone smashed the driver's side window of his 1989 Nissan Wednesday and stole stereo equipment valued at $800. The car was parked in front of the man's home.

* Glen Burnie: Thieves broke into a 1991 Nissan parked in the first block of Benmore Road Friday and stole stereo equipment valued at $600.

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