Taneytown man given 18 months for assault

September 10, 1997

A Taneytown man was sentenced yesterday to 18 months in the Carroll County Detention Center for assaulting his girlfriend in November.

Darryl Carroll, 29, was given a three-year prison sentence, with all but 18 months suspended, by Circuit Court Judge Raymond E. Beck Sr.

Beck also imposed a consecutive two-year suspended sentence for driving with a revoked license. Upon his release, Carroll will be on probation for five years.

Court records show Carroll's assault and revocation convictions violated his probation after a 1993 conviction on charges of driving with a revoked license.

Carroll was arrested about 3 a.m. Nov. 22 at his residence on Courtland Court in Taneytown.

3 resurfacing projects ending in Mount Airy

Construction workers are scheduled to complete three street resurfacing projects in Mount Airy by the end of the week.

The contracted work will cost about $300,000, according to Town Councilman Norman C. Hammond, chairman of the Streets Committee.

The projects are resurfacing the extension of South Main Street between Ridgeville Boulevard and Route 27, the oldest section of Merridale Gardens subdivision and improvement of drainage under Walden Way.

Pub Date: 9/10/97

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