Nursing home facing revocation of license

April 07, 1994

State officials say they plan to revoke the license of a Cape St. Claire home for the elderly after finding that residents were receiving inadequate care and supervision.

On March 15, officials from the county Office of Aging inspected Broadview Manor in the 1000 block of Broadview Drive and confirmed reports they had received of shoddy care and supervision, officials said.

Francis J. Macauley, operator of the home, which has six residents, has been cited by the state for failing to comply with state regulations by allowing conditions that presented an imminent danger to the life, safety, health and welfare of the residents, officials said.

State officials have also banned any new admissions to the home.

Man wielding pistol steals woman's purse

A bandit wielding a small silver pistol snatched a woman's purse in the parking lot of a Millersville apartment complex late Tuesday, county police said yesterday.

Police said Peggy Ann Greer Marram, 47, was walking to her apartment in the 600 block of Waterwheel Lane at 11 p.m. when the robber walked up to her, pointed the weapon at her and demanded money.

Ms. Marram gave the gunman her purse and he ran away, the police report said.

The bandit was described as a white man in his early 20s, 5 feet 9 inches tall and weighing 150 pounds. He was wearing a black ski mask with white trim around the eyes and dark baggy clothing.

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