One man was charged with multiple counts of...

PIKESVILLE --

June 30, 1998|By From staff reports

PIKESVILLE -- One man was charged with multiple counts of burglary after break-ins were discovered a few minutes apart at four houses, Baltimore County police said yesterday.

Richard William Hubbard, 40, of the 4400 block of Rogers Ave. was arrested early Friday after a private security guard reported a man behaving suspiciously near Midfield Road, according to police records.

Police found someone had broken into four houses and two cars in the area. They arrested Hubbard after a short chase through nearby back yards.

Glen Meadows to offer series of summer concerts

GLEN ARM

GLEN ARM -- Glen Meadows Retirement Community kicks off a summer of free family entertainment at 7 p.m. Thursday with a performance by Mike London's Light Swing in the Great Hall on the campus at 11630 Glen Arm Road.

Other July events, all beginning at 7 p.m., are: July 9, Zim Zemarel duo; July 14, Peabody harpist Sonja Inglefield; July 16, Peabody soprano Charmaine Hamann; July 21, Uptown Swing Society in "Celtic Celebration" with bagpipes; and July 28, magician Mike Rose.

Reservations or information about August performances: 410-592-5508.

Nature course to train students to be guides

CATONSVILLE

CATONSVILLE -- A nature training course will be offered by Catonsville Community College to qualify students to be Greenway Guides on the Patapsco Heritage Greenway Trail in Patapsco River Valley.

After completing the course, which begins July 7, participants will lead nature hikes and be qualified to discuss ecology, the Chesapeake Bay and Native American and local history. Information: 410-719-6551.

An arrest warrant has been issued for a suspect in the fatal shooting Sunday of an 18-year-old Northeast Baltimore man, police said yesterday.

Detective Carol Opher said Derrick McNeil of the 4900 block of Schaub Ave. was in the 900 block of E. Chase St. about 8: 10 p.m. when the passenger in a green Dodge van shot him in the left leg and buttocks. The vehicle sped off, she said.

Opher said McNeil died about two hours later at Johns Hopkins Hospital. She said the shooting grew out of an earlier dispute but declined to elaborate. She also declined to name the suspect, pending his arrest.

Police have no suspect in shooting near cemetery

Police said yesterday they had no suspect and knew of no motive in Sunday's fatal shooting of a man about two blocks west of Green Mount Cemetery.

Police said Bobby Farantino Ross, 24, of the 1800 block of Barclay St., was in the 300 block of E. Federal St. about 1 p.m. when someone shot him in the head. Police responding to a report of a shooting found Ross lying there, about two blocks from his home.

Ross died at 1: 15 p.m. at Johns Hopkins Hospital, police said.

Pub Date: 6/30/98

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