In Anne Arundel Police identify man wounded in Severn...

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May 13, 2002|By FROM STAFF REPORTS

SEVERN — In Anne Arundel

Police identify man wounded in Severn shooting

SEVERN - An Anne Arundel County man shot Saturday night during an argument has been identified as Marcellis L. Anderson, who was briefly jailed for his role in a shooting eight years ago.

Anderson, 24, remained in serious condition yesterday at Maryland Shock Trauma Center, with multiple gunshot wounds to the upper body, county police said. Anderson, who lives in the 3800 block of McDowell Lane, was visiting people he knew on Arwell Court in Severn when an argument began, police said, adding that they had identified but not yet arrested a suspect.

In 1994, at age 16, Anderson pleaded guilty to reckless endangerment in the shooting of Richard P. Sigley, 31, during what police described at the time as a drug deal gone awry. He was given a three-year suspended sentence, credited for the six months he had been in jail and released.

In Montgomery County Girl, 10, killed in crash on Route 355 in Rockville

ROCKVILLE - A 10-year-old Rockville girl died yesterday from injuries she suffered in a car crash at Route 355 and Mannakee Street in Rockville on Saturday, police said.

The victim, Kyla Antonio Temkin, was in the front passenger seat when the northbound 1991 Toyota Corolla driven by her mother turned left from Route 355 at Mannakee Street and was hit by a southbound 2002 Acura sedan, police said.

Kyla's mother, Martha Dawson Temkin, 45, was treated for a broken arm, and her sister, Phoebe, 8, had a sprained ankle, while the driver of the Acura, Keung Kwok Chan, 31, of Gaithersburg did not need hospital treatment, police said.

In Maryland

Motorcyclists to raise funds for breast cancer research

A two-day, 200-mile motorcycle ride to raise money for the Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation will be held June 1 and 2 by the Ride Across Maryland Foundation.

The ride begins at The Mall in Columbia and ends in Western Maryland at the Wisp Hotel Resort at Deep Creek Lake.

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