Woman riding bicycle struck and killed by carHARUNDALE...

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May 02, 1994|By From Staff Reports

HARUNDALE — Woman riding bicycle struck and killed by car

HARUNDALE -- County police were attempting to identify a bicyclist who was killed when she was struck by a car early yesterday.

The woman was riding a blue Huffy bike north in the fast lane of Ritchie Highway south of Guilford Road when she was struck about 12:45 a.m., police said. The driver of the car, Brian Michael Dulany, 21, of the 1200 block Lorene Drive in Pasadena, tried to stop, but struck the cyclist, killing her instantly, police said.

Mr. Dulany was treated at North Arundel Hospital for burns he received from the vehicle's air bag and was released, police said. They said they do not expect to charge Mr. Dulany.

Police described the victim as white, about 20 years old, of medium height and with a stocky build, and dressed in a black Orioles T-shirt and blue cotton shorts.

Police identify motorist shot to death at signal

BALTIMORE

BALTIMORE -- Police yesterday identified a man who was shot to death in his car while he was stopped at a traffic signal in East Baltimore as Oscar E. Lewis Jr., 22, of the 1300 block of Scott St. in Southwest Baltimore.

Police said Mr. Lewis was driving a black Mazda RX-7 north in the 1300 block of N. Gay St. and stopped at the light at East Preston Street about 3:30 p.m. when someone began firing at him.

Detectives said that at least 13 shots were fired at Mr. Lewis' car, and he was hit several times. He was pronounced dead at the scene.

There had been no arrests by last night.

Republican Holt to run for House of Delegates

BRADSHAW

BRADSHAW -- Ken Holt, a Republican from rural Bradshaw in northeastern Baltimore County, has announced his candidacy for the 6th District seat in the House of Delegates.

Mr. Holt said his priorities are crime reduction and the economy. He noted that his grandfather was slain in the family's home in 1986.

Mr. Holt, a vice president at the Dean Witter Reynolds Inc. brokerage firm, has been president of the Baltimore County Police Foundation and helped develop community policing, the Citizens' Police Academy and the Handgun and Youth Violence Reduction Program.

Mr. Holt said he favors mandatory sentences for repeat offenders, enforcing the death penalty and shortening the criminal appeal process.

Cornelius J. Behan, retired county police chief, and George V. McGowan, former board chairman for Baltimore Gas and Electric Co., are on his election committee.

The district runs from the southeastern tip of the county north to Sweet Air.

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