In Baltimore County Body of man, 40, found at motel in...


April 28, 2001|By From staff reports

In Baltimore County

Body of man, 40, found at motel in Halethorpe

HALETHORPE - Baltimore County police say they know of no suspects or motive in the fatal shooting of a 40-year-old man whose body was found Thursday in a room at Tim's Motel.

Police said James Stackhouse, of no fixed address, was found dead from an apparent gunshot wound to the head. Stackhouse checked into the motel, in the 4400 block of Washington Blvd., on Wednesday evening.

Stackhouse's car, a 1996 gray Ford Taurus with Maryland license number HXB 411, is missing, police said. Anyone with information is asked to call police at 410-887-2198.

GOP club to meet tomorrow, present awards

LOCHEARN - The Westside Republican Club of Baltimore County will present awards and accept new members at a meeting at 4 p.m. Sunday at the home of Jacqueline A. Fleming in the 3600 block of Forest Garden Ave. in Lochearn.

Several members will receive awards from U.S. Rep. J. C. Watts Jr., an Oklahoma Republican, in recognition for their work on voter registration drives and other community activities. Awards will be given to Robbie Page, Bernie Jackson, Robert Hoffman, Beverly Goldstein, Ken Kondner, John Moylan, Melvin Thomas, St. George Crosse, Victor Clark and Fleming.

Information: 410 944-2545.

In Baltimore City

Driver who hit boxer's car will not be charged

The man whose car broadsided a vehicle heavyweight champion Hasim Rahman and his family were riding in during a parade in Baltimore Wednesday will not be charged, city officials said yesterday.

Michael Heisler, 37, of Baltimore County had a green light on East Lombard Street, but police said he sped by an officer and a cruiser partly blocking the intersection at South Street. Rahman, his wife and their three children were slightly injured.

Police Commissioner Edward T. Norris said yesterday that investigators believe Heisler "just didn't see the officer." Steven Heisler, Heisler's lawyer and brother, said the intersection was not properly blocked.

Household waste drop-off set for today, tomorrow

Residents who want to get rid of household hazardous waste materials can drop them off from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. today or from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. tomorrow at the Poly-Western High School parking lot, Falls Road and West Cold Spring Lane.

The Baltimore Department of Public Works will be accepting paint, varnish, antifreeze, tires, batteries and other materials as part of its twice-a-year Household Hazardous Waste Days.

No ammunition, explosives, furniture, paper or food waste will be accepted. The maximum number of tires that can be dropped off is 10, city officials said.

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