Nancy Rea becomes library manager NORTH COUNTY -- Linthicum * Ferndale * Brooklyn Park * Pumphrey

June 28, 1993

Nancy Rea of Annapolis recently became branch manager of the Brooklyn Park Library on East 11th Avenue, overseeing all aspects of the library's operations.

She began work for the county library system in 1982 as an associate at the Eastport-Annapolis Neck and Crofton branches before becoming a librarian at the Edgewater branch when it opened in 1991.

A native of Portsmouth, N.H., Ms. Rea received a bachelor of arts degree in art history from Wheaton College in Norton, Mass., in 1969, and a master's degree in library science from the University of Maryland in 1990. She is a member of the American Library Association and the Maryland Library Association.

Man faces charge of PCP possession

A Brooklyn Park man was arrested on a drug charge and a charge of resisting arrest Friday night after police answered a call about alleged drug activity at Edison and Fourth streets about 11:50 p.m.

County police said a man ran from them as they arrived. He was tracked down by K-9 dog Bubba at Frankle and Third streets, where officers arrested him. Police said the man was carrying a plastic bag of suspected PCP.

They charged Clarence Albert Ramsey 3rd, 38, of the 3900 block of 8th St. with possession of PCP with intent to distribute and resisting arrest.

Police said Mr. Ramsey suffered a head injury during the arrest, and was taken by ambulance to Harbor Hospital Center, where he was treated.

Man reports knife attack near Ritchie Highway

A Brooklyn Park man told police that he was attacked by two men wielding a large knife in an alley off Ritchie Highway about 8 p.m. Saturday.

Keith Johnson, 37, of the 4500 block of Ritchie Highway was tTC stabbed in the right arm by two men who cornered him in an alley off the 4300 block of Ritchie Highway. He was taken to Harbor Hospital Center in Baltimore, where he received treatment for the 10-inch gash in his forearm.

County police said the victim described his assailants as two white men, approximately 30 years old, wearing blue jeans.

One was wearing a red tank top, the other a blue T-shirt, according to Mr. Johnson's statement to police.

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