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City/County Digest

July 28, 2002

In Baltimore County

Baltimore man, 22, arrested in fatal stabbing

DUNDALK - A 22-year-old Baltimore man was arrested last night in the fatal stabbing of another 22-year-old during an argument in Dundalk earlier in the day, Cpl. Ron Brooks said.

Bucky Lee Dales of the 600 block of Umbra St. was being held in the Baltimore County Detention Center without bail pending a bail review tomorrow in District Court in Towson. Dales was arrested in the killing of Corey M. Munson of the 1300 block of Ward St. Munson died about 2:30 a.m. of multiple stab wounds to the upper body.

Munson was stabbed in the 1900 block of Church Road and then stumbled to Stratman and Shore roads before collapsing, Brooks said. He was pronounced dead at Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center.

Kingsville man, 57, dies in motorcycle accident

WHITE MARSH - A Kingsville man was killed in a motorcycle accident yesterday afternoon in White Marsh, police said.

John H. Darney Jr., 57, of the 2600 block of Jerusalem Road missed a curve on East Joppa Road near Route 7. He was found in a wooded area off the road, said Cpl. Robert Carman.

Darney was taken to Franklin Square Hospital Center, where he was pronounced dead.

In Baltimore City

Two juveniles, woman injured in shooting

Two juvenile males and an adult female were shot in the southwestern part of the city last night. None of the victims was injured seriously, police said. Their names and ages were not available last night.

The youths were at a playground at Christian and Pulaski streets about 9 p.m. when they were shot by an unknown gunman, police said. One boy was hit in the torso, the other in the thigh. They were taken to Maryland Shock Trauma Center.

The woman was in front of her residence in the 2200 block of Christian St. when she was hit in the thigh by a stray bullet fired by the gunman. She was taken to Bon Secours Hospital.

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