In Baltimore City 19-year-old driver dies after `road...

City/County Digest

October 02, 2001|By From staff reports

In Baltimore City

19-year-old driver dies after `road rage' incident ends in gunfire

A Northeast Baltimore man died yesterday at Johns Hopkins Hospital after being shot in the head during what police described as "the worst-type scenario of road rage." No arrest had been made.

Police spokesman Kevin Enright said Carl P. Sneed, 19, of the 4800 block of Richard Ave. was driving a 1993 Nissan Pathfinder and stopped for a red light about 12:50 a.m. when the driver of a vehicle behind him became impatient and passed. Enright said Sneed and the other driver exchanged words before both vehicles were again abreast of each other minutes later in the 1200 block of E. 43rd St.

There, Enright said, the driver of the other car fired two shots from a handgun, hitting Sneed in the head and causing Sneed's vehicle to strike a utility pole. He died about 4 p.m. Two passengers in Sneed's car were unhurt, police said.

Coast Guard bark due for Inner Harbor stop

The U.S. Coast Guard's Eagle, a 295-foot, three-masted bark with more than 20,000 square feet of sail, is scheduled to dock at the Inner Harbor on Friday afternoon and be open for public tours beginning Saturday.

The ship, built in Germany in 1936 for the German navy, was given to the United States in 1946 as war reparation. Based in New London, Conn., the Eagle has 12 officers and a crew of 36, and serves as a training vessel for cadets at the Coast Guard Academy. No cadets will be on board during the four-day visit.

It will be open to visitors from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday and 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Sunday and Monday before going into drydock at the Curtis Bay Coast Guard yard for six months of maintenance work.

In Baltimore County

Loyola Blakefield students to remember Sept. 11 victims

TOWSON -- Loyola Blakefield school will hold a United We Stand event today to remember victims of the terrorist attacks Sept. 11.

Students, wearing red, white and blue, will gather outside the school at 8:45 a.m. to sing the national anthem, pledge allegiance to the flag and offer prayers. The event is sponsored by Students Against Destructive Decisions.

Daniel McNeal, a 1990 Loyola graduate, was killed in the attack on the World Trade Center.

Agency sets public meeting on Route 144 improvements

CATONSVILLE -- The State Highway Administration will hold a public meeting tomorrow on improvements to Route 144 (Frederick Road) between Bishops Lane and the Baltimore City line.

The meeting will be held at 6:30 p.m. at the Christian Temple, 5820 Edmondson Ave. Information: 410- 321-2853.

Sheppard Pratt is offering free depression screenings

TOWSON -- Sheppard Pratt Health System will provide free, anonymous depression screening, educational materials and referral information Oct. 11, National Depression Day.

Screenings will be offered in Baltimore City and five Central Maryland counties. Screening sessions include viewing a video, receiving information about depression, completing a questionnaire and meeting with a trained clinician.

Information on site locations and hours: 410-938-3120.

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