Man attacked 2 are charged

December 14, 1993

County police charged two men with assault after a Glen Burnie man was attacked Saturday evening at an intersection a block from his home.

According to the police report, George Sine, 43, was leaving Arundel Seafood on Mountain Road at 7:50 p.m. when he noticed two men in another car following him.

Mr. Sine told police that the other car nearly hit him at the intersection of Aquahart Road and Crain Highway and he began arguing with the driver. The argument escalated into a fight and the other driver attacked Mr. Sine with a box cutter and his companion hit Mr. Sine with a tire iron, police said.

The men drove off and Mr. Sine drove to his home on Aquahart Road and called police. Witnesses provided the license plate number of the assailants' car and officers picked up the men a short time later, police said.

Sidney Miles Purnell, 23, of the 2800 block of Needlewood Lane, Bowie, was charged with assault with intent to maim and battery, and Charles Ronnie Brown, 20, of the 7500 block of Vineyard Lane, Crofton, was charged with assault and battery. Mr. Sine was treated at North Arundel Hospital and released.

North County Library staff is honored

The circulation staff at the North County Library recently received the "Team Achievement Award" for being the busiest staff in the county in the fiscal year that ended in June. County library officials announced the award recently.

The branch checked out more than 750,000 books and other materials.

According to Diane Rey, public relations specialist for the county library system, "team members were cited for outstanding public service skills, innovations on the job and their cooperative approach in working."

Of the nine team winners, five are Glen Burnie residents: Pat Pfannenstiel, Gale Crigger, Frances Leedy, Nancy Radford and Sharon Ugiansky. The others are Jeanne Byrnes of Gambrills, Bonnie Conrad of Pasadena, Marge Resch of Crownsville and Diane Rothe of Severn.

$1 chance on train to help the needy

On behalf of the North County Emergency Outreach Network (NCEON), a $1 donation will buy a chance to win the 8-by-12-foot modular O-gauge train garden on display at the Glen Burnie Mall. The winner will be announced at 2 p.m. Dec. 23.

This is the second year a train garden has been used as a fund-raiser for NCEON. All proceeds are to be used to provide food, support and financial aid to area residents.

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