Two drivers hurt when cars collide

June 13, 1996

Two county residents were flown Tuesday to the Maryland Shock Trauma Center after their cars collided on Route 10, state police said yesterday.

Joseph Bodnar, 30, of Glen Burnie was reported yesterday in serious but stable condition and Tammy Gunning, 30, of Pasadena was listed in critical condition.

Police said Bodnar was driving north about 6: 30 p.m. Tuesday when his 1986 Plymouth Reliant crossed the 14-foot median and he began driving north in the southbound lanes.

Gunning, who was in a 1989 Oldsmobile Cutlass heading south, saw Bodnar's car coming at her. Both drivers swerved, but the cars collided on their passenger sides, police said.

Baltimore man accused of stealing from store

County police arrested a Baltimore man Monday on charges of stealing from the J. C. Penney store in Marley Station.

Lancer Marc Andrew, 20, of the 6800 block of Brookmill Road was charged with theft of less than $300 after a security officer said he saw a man take two pairs of shorts, valued at $48.28, from a display and claim a refund for them.

Woman charged in theft of six videotapes

County police arrested a Baltimore woman Monday on charges of trying to walk out of the Caldor store in Glen Burnie without paying for six videotapes, valued at $102.70.

Janice J. Guest, 44, of the 2400 block of W. Port St. was charged with theft of less than $300.

Man seen fleeing store with a handful of shirts

A man stole an undetermined number of men's shirts from a Glen Burnie department store Monday, police said.

A security guard at the Montgomery Ward store in the 6700 block of Ritchie Highway told police that he saw a man run out of the store with a handful of shirts about 6: 30 p.m.

The man was last seen driving a 1973 two-door green Dodge.

Pub Date: 6/13/96

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