Glen Burnie

February 02, 1993

Man, teen shot handling loaded .22-caliber pistol

A 17-year-old visiting a home in the 500 block of Oakwood Manor Road was shot in the stomach and another man was shot through the hand as the two were handling a loaded pistol yesterday.

County police said Aaron Sean Revels of the 1900 block of Surf Circle in Pasadena was handing a .22-caliber designer pistol to Dennis William Dunbar, 38, of the Oakwood Manor Road address, about 5:30 p.m. when it went off.

The bullet went through Mr. Dunbar's left hand and struck the youth in the abdomen.

Mr. Dunbar, who refused to go to the hospital, told police he did not realize the gun was real, much less loaded, until it fired.

The Revels youth was taken by a friend to North Arundel Hospital, where officials refused to release his condition.

Two witnesses, who were playing pool in the same room, said they did not see what happened, but said no one was arguing. Police ruled the shooting accidental and did not file charges.

Carjacking foiled by punch in the jaw

A 32-year-old Baltimore man thwarted a carjacking early yesterday with a quick right to the jaw of his assailant, county police said.

Officers said Jerry Lee Holland parked his car at the Gatewater Landing Apartment complex near Marley Creek about 2:10 a.m. when a man holding a large rock demanded his keys.

As the man reached into the car, Mr. Holland hit him in the face, jumped out of the car and ran away, taking his keys with him.

The suspect broke out the rear window of the car before leaving the area.

2 men, 2 juveniles charged in car theft

Two Baltimore men and two juveniles have been charged with stealing a 1990 Mazda from the parking lot of Marley Station mall last Tuesday and trying to steal a 1991 Mercury from the same lot Friday.

The Mazda was recovered on Roberts Street in Baltimore late last week. The four were linked to the Mercury based on evidence police uncovered after arresting them Friday as they left the Marley Station lot.

According to police, security guards from the nearby Harundale Mall reported Friday morning they saw four men wandering around the parking lot, looking into cars.

Officers later found four men in the Marley Station lot and stopped them as they drove onto Ritchie Highway.

Police found evidence in the car that led them to the Mercury.

George Thomas, 19, and Jeffrey Woods, 21, both of the 1000 block of Durid Hill Ave. were charged with auto theft, attempted auto theft and being a rogue and vagabond.

Two juveniles who were with the men were charged with the same offenses.

Glen Burnie students named to Dean's List

The following Glen Burnie students were recently named to the Dean's List at Salisbury State University: Michele Irwin; Lisa Dewling; Jerry Nicklow; Matthew Raschka; Kevin Rich; and Lisa Garrison.

To be eligible for the Dean's List, a student must be a full-time degree candidate and achieve at least a 3.5 grade point average.

The liberal arts university, located on the Eastern Shore, has a student population of more than 6,000.

POLICE LOG

* Rippling Woods: Someone broke into a construction trailer at a work site in the 500 block of Nolfield Road Thursday night and stole more than $3,000 worth of computer and electronic equipment.

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