Mt. Airy man killed after car hits sign, pole on Route...

MARYLAND DIGEST

September 25, 1995

MOUNT AIRY — Mt. Airy man killed after car hits sign, pole on Route 27

MOUNT AIRY -- A 26-year-old Mount Airy man fell asleep at the wheel and was killed early Saturday when his northbound car left Route 27 south of Interstate 70 and hit a road sign and utility pole, state police said.

Edward Vance Nuneville Jr. of the 500 block of Deer Hollow Drive was killed at 4:11 a.m., police said.

Measure would provide law enforcement at lake

KITZMILLER

KITZMILLER -- Maryland and West Virginia officers would be able to enforce natural resources boating laws and other regulations on the 952-acre Jennings Randolph Lake under a measure approved by the U.S. Senate.

The 7-mile-long lake was created in 1982 with the construction of a dam across the Potomac River's north branch. Its creation, however, eliminated the natural river boundary between West Virginia and Maryland. Officials have been unable to re-establish the boundary, and enforcement of boating and other laws has been tentative or nonexistent.

The Senate measure provides Maryland and West Virginia with concurrent jurisdiction over the lake area.

Rockville man held in plot to have his father killed

ROCKVILLE

ROCKVILLE -- A Rockville man is being held on charges of trying to hire a hit man -- who turned out to be an undercover county police officer -- to kill his 52-year-old father, police said.

Christopher Maddox Mossburg, 26, of 14211 Travilah Road in Rockville was arrested Friday and charged with solicitation to commit murder and was being held without bond in the county detention center. A bond review is scheduled for today.

Hunt approved to curb deer population at park

BIG POOL

BIG POOL -- The state Department of Natural Resources has approved a four-day managed deer hunt this fall at Fort Frederick State Park in western Washington County. The hunt is being held to curb the park's growing deer population.

The hunt will be from 6:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 25; Monday, Nov. 27; Friday, Dec. 8 and Saturday, Dec. 9. Fifteen participants will be selected for each day's hunt. They will be chosen by lottery Oct. 2 at the Visitor's Center at Fort Frederick State Park.

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