Police have released the names of two teen-agers...

TOWSON --

July 07, 1998

TOWSON -- Police have released the names of two teen-agers accused of robbing an Oriole Pizza deliveryman Friday night.

James Carl Foreman, 17, of the 4000 block of Old Court Road in Pikesville and Hodari Cheo Aulu, 18, of the 8400 block of Horatio Road in Randallstown are charged in the robbery of more than $100 and two pizzas at gunpoint when the deliveryman arrived at a house in the 4700 block of Duncannon Road.

The two were arrested later without incident at a house in the 4700 block of Old Court Road, police said. Both were charged with armed robbery, first-degree assault and use of a handgun in a violent crime.

Minority police award scholarships to 2 graduates

TOWSON

TOWSON -- The Blue Guardians, a group of minority police officers, awarded scholarships yesterday to Pikesville High School graduate Tavon Hiltner and Parkville High School graduate Shanise Hill.

Schools Superintendent Anthony G. Marchione, Deputy Superintendent Elfreda Massie and Detective Lawrence Thomas, president of the Blue Guardians, presented the scholarships, which include small cash awards as well as complete computer systems.

Hiltner and Hill plan to study biology at the University of Maryland, Baltimore County and at Hood College, respectively. The awards are in honor of Herb James, the Blue Guardians' first president, and William Saunders, who set up the scholarship six years ago and died in December.

Republican Bishop files to run for executive

TOWSON

TOWSON -- Former two-term state delegate from Parkville, John J. Bishop, 50, filed for the Republican nomination for county executive late yesterday, becoming incumbent Democrat C. A. Dutch Ruppersberger's only challenger for the county's top job.

Alan M. Elkin, 37, a Democrat from Reisterstown, filed in the 3rd District to run for councilman against T. Bryan McIntire, a North County-Owings Mills Republican, who previously had no opposition.

In Towson's 4th District, John J. Appel, 73, filed to run for councilman as the sole Democrat. Three Republicans have filed for the primary.

The state medical examiner's office ruled yesterday that the death of an 18-month-old West Baltimore girl, who died at home May 5, was a homicide, police said.

Police said an autopsy showed that Jasmine Covel of the 2600 block of Francis St. died of suffocation, had numerous injuries, including two broken arms, and was dehydrated. Her body was found in her bedroom, police said.

Jasmine's mother, Vonestine Covel, 31, of the 600 block of W. Lafayette Ave. and her boyfriend Shannon Flint, 32, of the Francis Street address were arrested and charged with child abuse and assault, police said. They said the charges could be upgraded to homicide, pending a review of the case by prosecutors.

Pub Date: 7/07/98

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