A 14-year-old Lothian youth and two other people were...

October 23, 1997

A 14-year-old Lothian youth and two other people were injured yesterday when a school bus ran a stop sign on Sands Road in Lothian and hit a car, county police said.

The bus driver, Emma E. Kreamer, 73, of the 8300 block of New Cut Road in Severn, was sent by ambulance to a hospital, but it was unclear from police reports which one.

Todd E. Crenshaw, 14, of Patuxent Mobile Estates in Lothian and Helga E. Jacks, 57, of the 1200 block of Marlboro Road in Lothian, the driver of the car, were treated at Anne Arundel Medical Center and released.

Police said the bus was southbound on Sands Road soon after 6: 30 a.m. when it ran the stop sign at the intersection of Route 408 and ran into Jacks' 1987 Chevrolet Cavalier.

Police charged Kreamer with failing to yield to traffic and gave her a ticket. School officials said the accident will be reviewed by a board in the transportation department, and if the accident is found to have been preventable, Kreamer will have to attend a driver's clinic.

A Reisterstown man died Tuesday after he suffered an apparent heart attack as he was driving on Ridge Road in Hanover and his car ran off the side of the road into a tree, county police said.

Nathan Seigel, 48, of the 12700 block of Dover Road died at St. Agnes Hospital in Baltimore soon after the accident, police said.

Seigel was southbound on Ridge Road near Stoney Run Road in his 1995 Toyota Tercel shortly before 1: 30 p.m. when the accident occurred.

A witness began performing cardiopulmonary resuscitation until EMS/Fire/Rescue workers arrived and took Seigel to the hospital.

Three men held a 16-year-old boy at gunpoint in a Glen Burnie apartment complex Monday, forced him to strip to his jeans and underwear and crawl into the woods, county police said.

The boy, whose name police would not release, told officers he was walking near the swimming pool at Glen Mar apartments on Glen Mar Road about 10 p.m. Monday when three men approached.

One of the men held a metal object to the back of the boy's head, and another drew a black handgun and pointed it at the boy, police said.

The men frisked the boy, but when they found he had no money, they ordered him to take off everything but his jeans and underwear and to crawl into nearby woods while they fled, according to police.

Police do not have a description of the men.

Police log

Glen Burnie: A man with a dark handgun walked into the Subway restaurant in the 7400 block of Ritchie Highway shortly before 10 p.m. Tuesday and robbed the store of an undisclosed amount of money.

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