3 boys charged in fireworks vandalism

March 23, 1995

A 12-year-old Severn boy and two 13-year-old Glen Burnie boys were charged as juveniles Tuesday with arson and burglary after they tossed fireworks through broken windows at Quarterfield Elementary School, county police said.

The trio is accused of breaking into the school in the 7900 block of Quarterfield Road about 9 a.m. Sunday.

They destroyed plants, stuffed animals and posters and broke several windows, police said. The fireworks caused small fires that burned out after causing moderate damage.

Each boy was charged with second-degree arson, burglary and destruction of property, police said.

Boy grabbed, threatened; Severn man arrested

County police arrested a Severn man Monday morning after he admitted grabbing a MacArthur Middle School student and holding him against a locker, county police said yesterday.

The man grabbed James Marvin Brooks, 15, by the shirt and raised his fist as if to hit him, school administrators said. They called police, who arrived shortly before 9:30 a.m. at the school in the 3500 block of Rockenbach Road in Fort Meade.

The man said he grabbed and threatened the boy because he believed the youth had information about a robbery of one of his relatives, police said.

Stuart Charles White, 20, of the 1700 block of Village Square Court, was charged with battery.

Airfield study findings to be presented Tuesday

Anne Arundel and Howard counties will present the Tipton Airfield feasibility study findings at a meeting at 7 p.m. Tuesday at Fort Meade High School.

Representatives from Howard and Anne Arundel counties, the Maryland Aviation Administration, the Federal Aviation Administration and Fort Meade will answer questions.

Information: 222-7502.

POLICE LOG

* Severn: A $2,500 soft drink machine was stolen from the south side of the Severn Liquors store in the 8200 block of W B & A Road between 9 p.m. Sunday and 7:50 a.m. Monday.

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