Glen Burnie

January 25, 1993

Road extension, development are likely topics for Neall visit

County Executive Robert R. Neall will field questions from the community when he appears at the Glen Burnie Improvement Association meeting Feb. 9.

Opponents of the proposed Old Stage Road extension said they plan to press Mr. Neall not to build the road that they say would divide their neighborhood.

Other subjects Mr. Neall is likely to hear about during the discussion include the prospect of redevelopment of the Superblock and the pavilion on the Superblock site.

The association meets at 8 p.m. at its building on Crain Highway south near First Avenue.

Man faces charges of drunken driving

A 29-year-old Glen Burnie man was charged with drunken driving and eluding police early yesterday after he allegedly failed to stop when ordered by police, fled from his car and was trailed by police hounds to a backyard in Pasadena.

Police said Clay Darrell Stewart of the 900 block of Koseinzski Ave., Glen Burnie, was charged with driving while intoxicated, driving under the influence and fleeing and eluding police after he was apprehended yesterday shortly after 1 a.m.

Police said the incident began when officers were called to the Stoney Creek section of Pasadena and were told a man had pointed a handgun at some people and fled. When officers tried to stop the vehicle, the driver sped off, stopping on Farmview Drive near Fort Smallwood Road.

Officers lost the man during a foot chase, but used a police dog to track him to the rear of the 1200 block of Rock Hill Road. He was found hiding under a wooden deck near an above-ground swimming pool. Police said no weapon was found.

Woman arrives home to burglary in progress

A Glen Burnie woman returned home late Saturday to find someone attempting to burglarize her home.

Gloria McDonald said when she returned home to the 100 block of Forest St. about 9 p.m. Saturday she heard voices inside the home. When she backed out the doorway of the house, the suspect apparently fired a gun. Police said evidence indictes that a 9 mm handgun had been fired through the glass storm door.

Police said no suspects were spotted.

Man holds up 7-Eleven, gets away with cash

A 7-Eleven on Fort Meade Road in Glen Burnie was held up at gunpoint Saturday night.

Police said a suspect described as between 25 and 30 years of age entered the store in the 3200 block of Fort Meade Road shortly before 7:30 p.m., threatened the clerk with a revolver and fled with cash.

He was described as a black male, 5 feet 9 inches tall with a thin build and light complexion. He was wearing a tan coat, blue jeans and a red T-shirt.

Woman accepting ride is robbed and hit

A woman who accepted a ride Friday night in Glen Burnie was assaulted and robbed at a gas station.

Police say Virginia Leann Guillen, 27, of Glen Burnie got into a brown four-door car about 7 p.m. and was taken to a gas station off Ordnance Road.

There, the man demanded the woman's money, then hit her in the face several times when she refused. After a brief struggle, the man took money and other personal items, police said. The woman got out the car, which was driven away.

Gilchrest to open office today in Glen Burnie

U.S. Rep. Wayne Gilchrest, a 1st District Republican, will officially open his first Anne Arundel County office today with a noon ceremony on the fifth floor of the Arundel Center North.

The public is invited to attend the ribbon-cutting and meet the congressman. The Glen Burnie office, in Suite 509 of the county building, will have a full-time, weekday staff of at least two people.

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