Baltimore woman accused of stealing 16 videosA Baltimore...

June 04, 1996

Baltimore woman accused of stealing 16 videos

A Baltimore woman was arrested Saturday on charges of stealing more than $240 worth of videocassette movies from a Severna Park Safeway, county police said.

Renee Jacqueline Kochol, 32, of the 400 block of E. Clemen St. was charged with theft. She was being held on a $2,000 bail.

Raymond Hinchliffe, a security guard for the store in the 500 block of Benfield Road, told police he saw a woman take 16 movies from a store display -- together worth $242 -- put them into a Rite Aid bag and walk out of the store shortly after 1 p.m.

Hinchliffe stopped the woman outside the store and held her for police.

Hall, Floyd re-elected to AACC board of trustees

Walter J. Hall has been elected to a third consecutive term as chairman of the Anne Arundel Community College Board of Trustees.

Gene E. Floyd will serve a fourth consecutive year as vice chairman.

Both terms begin July 1.

Hall, a college trustee since 1984, is owner of the Annapolis Bowl and English's Family Restaurants on the Eastern Shore.

The Pasadena resident is a founding member of the Greater Pasadena Council, past president of the Magothy River Association and former director of the Lake Shore Volunteer Fire Company.

Floyd, a trustee since 1990, is owner of the Floyd Co. of Glen Burnie, which specializes in real estate appraising, consulting and development.

The Severna Park resident is past president of the Northern Anne Arundel County Chamber of Commerce and former vice president of the county YMCA and the Maryland Association of Realtors.

Pub Date: 6/04/96

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