Motorist killed as car crashes into a restaurant

August 15, 1994

A 37-year-old motorist was killed early Saturday when he lost control of a car, which crossed a four-lane road and parking lot before slamming through a back wall of a restaurant, police said.

James Martin Trainum of the 300 block of Juneberry Way was pronounced dead on arrival at North Arundel Hospital. Police said he suffered head injuries.

Police said Mr. Trainum was speeding east on Furnace Branch Road in a 1994 Chevrolet Cavalier about 5 a.m. when he crossed Crain Highway.

The car ran into the parking lot of the Pancake Cottage Family Restaurant, in the 6900 block of Ritchie Highway, where it crashed through a cinder-block wall, overturned and ended up "almost completely inside the building," police said.

Severn teen-ager charged in stabbing

A 17-year-old Severn girl was charged as a juvenile with assault with intent to murder Friday morning after she stabbed her boyfriend in the chest with a 10-inch butcher knife, county police said.

Antonio Barnes, 21, of the 7800 block of Woodside Terrace in Glen Burnie was treated at North Arundel Hospital and released Friday.

According to police, the two got into an argument at the Woodside Terrace apartment around 12:30 a.m. Friday. The woman went into the kitchen, grabbed the knife and stabbed Mr. Barnes once in the chest, police said.

Mr. Barnes ran outside and flagged down officers, who were on patrol. The girl was arrested in the apartment and later released to her parents, police said.

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