Glen Burnie

December 17, 1992

Association considers donating its dishware

The Glen Burnie Improvement Association is considering donating its dishes -- service for approximately 500 -- to a charitable organization.

The dishes, used for carnival banquets some years ago, are no longer used. No one is sure how old the dishes are.

Muriel G. Carter, GBIA president, said the association does not have the dishwashers needed to use the dishes for community functions.

In recent years, the dishes have been moved from one spot to the next, taking up storage areas in the association building on Crain Highway. The association will contact area groups to see if anyone wants the dishes.

Woman, 20, kidnapped, assaulted by driver

A 20-year-old woman was kidnapped and sexually assaulted by a man who pulled her into his car at a Glen Burnie intersection Tuesday afternoon.

According to the police report, the woman was standing at Crain Highway and Oak Manor Drive at 3:45 p.m. when a man and forced her into his car. He drove her around the area and sexually assaulted her before she jumped out of the car at B & A Boulevard and Ritchie Highway.

Police described the assailant as a Hispanic man in his late 30s, 5 feet 6 inches tall and 170 pounds, with short black hair and a mustache. He was driving a silver, two-door car similar to a Rolls Royce.

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