Thief takes camera equipment, money, credit card from home

August 15, 1996

Someone broke into a Millersville home overnight Monday and stole a camera bag containing $1,500 worth of equipment, county police said.

Etta Lynch McGuire of the 300 block of Cool Ridge Court called police about 7: 30 a.m. to report that her husband had found their garage door and a door leading to the living room open when he went outside to get the paper at 6 a.m.

The interior door was propped open with a shoe from the garage, police said.

McGuire told police the garage door probably was left open and the interior door closed but not locked. A camera bag, containing an antique camera and several lenses, was missing. The thief also took a Visa card and $60 from McGuire's purse, which was in her car in the garage, police said.

Community college dean named a vice president

Andrew L. Meyer has been named vice president for continuing education, work force and institutional development at Anne Arundel Community College.

Meyer, who has been dean of continuing education and extended learning programs for four years, will be responsible for the administration of nontraditional instructional programs, such as continuing education, weekend college and telecourses.

He also will have administrative oversight of grants development and private giving programs.

Meyer joined the college in 1989 as assistant dean of continuing education. He earned a bachelor's degree in secondary education with certification in English as a second language and German from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. He received a master's degree from the University of Maryland and a doctorate in adult and continuing education from Columbia University.

Pub Date: 8/15/96

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