In Baltimore County Driver in accident that killed 2...

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February 25, 2000|By FROM STAFF REPORTS

In Baltimore County

Driver in accident that killed 2 sought on drug charges

TOWSON -- County police have identified a 24-year-old Baltimore man as the driver of the car that collided with another vehicle on Smith Avenue Monday night, killing two people.

Police have obtained an arrest warrant for Deante Stuckey of the 200 block of S. Hilton St. The warrant charges him with drug offenses. No charges have been filed in the accident, police said.

A passenger in Stuckey's car, Dawn Johnson, 20, of the 10900 block of Old Court Road, died at the scene. The driver of the other car, Irving Edlow, 78, of the 2900 block of Terry Drive in Baltimore died the next day. Five people were injured. Police are searching for Stuckey, who they say left the scene of the accident.

State police event today to mark Black History Month

PIKESVILLE -- Maryland State Police will commemorate Black History Month with a celebration at 10 a.m. today at the state police headquarters gymnasium on Reisterstown Road.

Col. David B. Mitchell, the superintendent, will be among the speakers. The Paul Laurence Dunbar High School gospel choir and Maranatha Christian Day Care Children's Choir will perform.

The theme of the celebration is "Heritage and Horizon: The African-American Legacy and the Challenges of the 21st Century." The gym is at 1201 Reisterstown Road. Information: 410-653-4236 or 410-653-8352.

Seasonal jobs are available at county parks and beaches

TOWSON -- The county Department of Recreation and Parks is seeking applicants for staff at Rocky Point, Oregon Ridge, Miami Beach and Loch Raven Fishing Center.

All positions are seasonal, with full- and part-time jobs available. Jobs include beach and park clerk; beach and park manager; beach and park assistant manager; lifeguard; park attendant; and cashier.

Applications and information are available by calling the Enterprise Division, 410-887-3873.

In Baltimore City

Training division director leaving Police Department

The director of the Police Department's training division said yesterday that he will leave March 24, one of the latest in a series of departures since a new commissioner took over in December.

Maj. Allen S. Kogut, 46, said he is leaving "to move to another career." He will not receive full retirement benefits because he is stepping down a year shy of his 20th anniversary, the minimum tenure required under the pension system.

Kogut spent 15 years in patrol as an officer and a supervisor. He was promoted to major in 1997, after serving as an aide to Commissioner Thomas C. Frazier, to run the training division, which he called "the highlight of my career."

Program for girls plans open house Monday

The local chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority Inc. and Family & Children's Services of Central Maryland will showcase their new after-school program for middle school girls at an open house from 5: 30 p.m to 7 p.m. Monday at Arena Play House, 801 McCulloh St.

About 25 sixth-graders from Booker T. Washington Middle School are involved in the AKAdemy program, which provides mentoring, tutoring, help with homework and cultural enrichment.

2 hurt on Hopkins campus during protest over wages

About 250 people demonstrating for higher wages for workers scuffled with security guards when the demonstrators tried to enter the administration building at the Homewood campus of the Johns Hopkins University yesterday, resulting in minor injuries to a guard and a demonstrator.

About seven of the protesters -- students, clergy and labor leaders -- were involved in the incident. University officials said no arrests are expected.

The demonstration was sponsored by the Student Labor Action Committee, which wants the university to extend its "living wage" policy to independent contractors and require them to pay workers the $7.75 an hour that Hopkins employees and contract workers are paid. It focused on Up-To-Date Laundry, a service used by Johns Hopkins Health System that starts workers at $5.50 an hour.

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