Two charged in theft after police see car loaded onto...

ARUNDEL DIGEST

January 12, 2001

Two charged in theft after police see car loaded onto trailer

Two men were arrested early yesterday after a county police officer watched a 1990 Ford Mustang being loaded onto a car trailer and driven away from a Glen Burnie parking lot, authorities said.

Northern District Officer Keith Light reported that he noticed the men in the parking lot of the closed Club Rumblefish and stopped them a short distance away.

The men told him they were repossessing the car, but police said they did not have bank or court documents to back up the claim. The officer contacted the car's owner and was told there was no lien on the vehicle, police said.

Charged with felony auto theft were Judson Thomas Frampton, 25, of the 4600 block of Prudence St. in Brooklyn, and Francis Harvey Voduseki, 27, of the 6400 block of Jefferson Place in Glen Burnie. They were released after posting bond of $1,000 each.

Two from Balto. County arrested on drug charges

Two Baltimore County residents have been arrested after an attempt to sell phony crack cocaine to undercover Anne Arundel police detectives.

Police said they were awaiting lab results to identify the contents of the 145 grams of a substance seized in the arrests Wednesday in Brooklyn Park. The substance seemed to be baking powder, detergent or some other mixture that resembles crack, they said.

Eric Steven Bonham, 24, of the 7800 block of Daniels Avenue in Parkville, charged with possession with intent to distribute a drug look-alike, was being held in the county detention center yesterday in lieu of $14,400 bail.

Lisa M. Cudnik, 21, of Darbytown Court in Perry Hall, was charged with conspiracy to distribute a drug look-alike and released on her own recognizance, authorities said.

Police said the arrests in the 5800 block of Ritchie Highway resulted from a four-month investigation.

Grant-writing workshop set for arts organizations

The Cultural Arts Foundation of Anne Arundel County has scheduled a grant-writing workshop Wednesday in Annapolis for representatives of arts organizations that may be applying for its community arts grants in the next fiscal year.

The workshop will review guidelines and application forms for the grants, which have a submission deadline of April 2. The foundation noted that increased competition for funding makes successful grant writing "a crucial part of any arts organization."

Applications will be reviewed based on artistic merit, and the organization's administrative performance and service to the community, the foundation said, adding it also encourages the formation of new arts organizations through the grant program.

The workshop will be held from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. in the Chesapeake Room of the Heritage Office Complex, 2664 Riva Road. The snow date is Jan. 25.

To register, call the foundation office at 410-222-7949 or e-mail artsfdn@aol.com.

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