Police seek Laurel man charged in shooting Police were...

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May 14, 2002

Police seek Laurel man charged in shooting

Police were seeking yesterday Terrell T. Bush, 21, of the 200 block of Fort Meade Road in Laurel. Bush is charged in a warrant with attempted first-degree murder in the shooting of Marcellis L. Anderson, 24, of the Baltimore Highlands section of Baltimore County.

Anderson was in serious condition yesterday at Maryland Shock Trauma Center in Baltimore. Police said he was shot in the upper body after an argument on Arwell Court.

Attorney general orders business to cease operating

The state attorney general's office has issued a cease-and-desist order against Hoffman Marine Construction Inc. of Pasadena, charging that the company took money from customers to build piers, seawalls and other structures but did not deliver.

The company, also known as Hoffman Diving and Construction, was ordered to refund money collected for work not done, the attorney general's Consumer Protection Division said yesterday, adding that at least 14 customers are owed a total of $47,040.

The division also charges that the president of the company, David Hoffman, 49, of Pasadena, misrepresented himself to customers as a licensed home-improvement contractor. The order bars Hoffman and his company from offering home-improvement services until a license is obtained, and it prohibits him and his company from offering construction services a bond or letter of credit is posted with the Consumer Protection Division.

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