Glen Burnie

January 08, 1993

Gilchrest to open 1st office in Anne Arundel on Jan. 25

The first Anne Arundel County office of U.S. Rep. Wayne Gilchrest, R-1st, will officially open Jan. 25 with a noon ceremony on the fifth floor of the Arundel Center North.

Area residents may attend the ribbon-cutting and meet the congressman, who won election to the newly redrawn district in November. Mr. Gilchrest, an incumbent from the Eastern Shore, was pitted against Democrat Tom McMillen, also an incumbent, who had represented all of the county.

The Glen Burnie office, in Suite 509 of the county building, will have a full-time weekday staff of at least two people, said Tony Caligiuri, administrative assistant to Mr. Gilchrest. That office is near the one the county had provided Mr. McMillen.

"The county officials were very helpful," Mr. Caligiuri said.

People may begin working in the new office during the week before the official opening.

The staff is continuing to look for a second office in the county, probably in the Arnold area, Mr. Caligiuri said.

The county is divided among four congressional districts, with the 1st District cutting a C-shape from the Brooklyn Park area, west toward Odenton and southeast past Annapolis.

3 face drug charges after home is raided

County police charged three people with narcotics violations after they raided a home in the 400 block of Hideaway Loop Tuesday night.

According to the police report, officers served a search warrant at 8 p.m. after a month-long undercover operation and confiscated a small amount of cocaine and marijuana.

Renee M. Smith, 35, Leighton Tugwell, 21, and a 16-year-old girl, all who lived at the home, were charged with possession of marijuana and cocaine.

POLICE LOG

* Glen Burnie: Vandals slashed all the tires on a 1987 Nissan truck and threw red paint on a 1987 Chrysler LeBaron that were parked in the lot of Bowl America on Ritchie Highway Tuesday night.

* Harundale: A resident of the 600 block of Binstead Road reported that someone went into the back yard of his home Monday night and stole the motor and fuel tank from his boat.

* Glen Burnie: Vandals threw white paint on a 1990 Chevrolet parked in the lot at Marley Station Mall Tuesday.

* Heritage Hill: Burglars broke into a home in the 300 block of

Monticello Court Tuesday and took a jar of peanut butter and other canned food.

* Heritage Hill: A resident of the 6400 block of Harrison Square reported that someone broke into his home Sunday night and took two handguns.

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