Man accused of breaking into Riva home

July 16, 1996

An Edgewater man was arrested Friday on charges he broke into a Riva home, county police said.

James Daniel Frost, 30, of the 3700 block of Second Ave. was charged with breaking and entering.

Stacy Berger, 23, of the 2800 block of Hambleton Road told police she was awakened about 1 a.m. to the sound of someone banging on the front door.

When she got up from her room on the first floor, she found a man on the stairs to the second floor, police said. He was knocking loudly on a door that leads to a second-floor apartment, police said.

Berger called police, who arrested the man as he walked out of the house. Officers checked the house and found a front window open and a screen pushed out.

Officers questioned the driver of a taxicab parked in front of the house, who told them he brought the man to the house from a restaurant on Mayo Road. When the man got to the house, the driver saw him knock several times on the front door, then climb through the window.

Key School names Moss director of upper school

The Key School in Annapolis has appointed Stewart Moss as the director of the upper school.

Moss has a bachelor's degree from Union College in Schenctady, N.Y, and a master's degree from the Divinity School of Harvard University.

For the past three years, he has been the upper school director at La Jolla Country Day School in California. Before that, he served for seven years as academic dean at the Dublin School in Dublin, N.H.

Moss, his wife, Barbara, and their daughter, Sarah, are to arrive in Annapolis this month.

Pub Date: 7/16/96

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