Pasadena

April 20, 1993

Motorcyclist loses control, dies in crash

A 29-year-old man was killed yesterday morning when he lost control of the motorcycle he was riding and ran off Mountain Road in Pasadena.

Steven George Meyers of the 1400 block of Peace Drive in Pasadena was thrown from his 1979 Harley Davidson when it went off the road and hit several metal markers, police said.

Mr. Meyers, who was wearing a helmet, was dead at the scene of the 2 a.m. accident, which occurred in the 4400 block of Mountain Road.

Police said they are still investigating the crash but that "alcohol does appear to be a contributing factor."

Teen charged as adult in bar shooting attempt

A 17-year-old youth has been charged as an adult in the attempted shooting of another teen and a bouncer at a Pasadena bar Sunday night.

The gun apparently jammed and never discharged. Police said they found the weapon, which they said was stolen, behind A.L. Gators in the 8500 block of Fort Smallwood Road after the arrest.

Damon Jerome Estep of the 6500 block of Jefferson Place in Glen Burnie was charged with assault with intent to murder, possession of a handgun in commission of a crime, assault, possession of a deadly weapon and possession of a stolen handgun.

Police said Andre Maurice Hubbard, 19, of Glen Burnie and another a youth got into a fight over a girl about 10:45 p.m. in the nightclub.

A bouncer immediately broke up the fight, and the youth left. But he returned minutes later with the gun and "repeatedly attempted to discharge the handgun while pointing it" at Mr. Hubbard and the bouncer, David Wayne Schneider, 22, police said.

The youth then left the bar and allegedly hid the gun behind the establishment before police arrived and arrested him.

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