Arundel Digest


March 11, 2003

Suspect sought in shooting of man during argument

Annapolis police have named a suspect in the Sunday evening shooting that sent an Eastport man to Maryland Shock Trauma Center with a gunshot wound to his upper torso.

Police were obtaining a warrant last night for Tavis Kerell Sellers, 22, of the first block of Bens Drive in Annapolis. He will be charged with assault and attempted murder, said Officer Hal Dalton, a police spokesman.

Travon Toronto Williams, 21, was shot once during a fight on Bens Drive, police said. The gunman fled after the shooting, police said. Williams was in serious but stable condition last night at Shock Trauma, a hospital spokeswoman said.

Motorists urged to avoid Annapolis intersection

Annapolis city officials are recommending that motorists avoid the intersection of West, Cathedral and Calvert streets for at least the next three days.

Contractors will be replacing a sewer line at the intersection, and traffic will be diverted.

The first block of West Street will become a one-way outbound street, and right turns onto Calvert Street might not be possible.

Household waste drop-off scheduled for Saturday

Anne Arundel County's Public Works Department will hold the first of its eight hazardous household waste drop-off days Saturday at the Sudley Convenience Center, 5400 Nutwell Sudley Road in Deale.

Items to be discarded should be kept in their original containers and placed in a cardboard box. Workers will remove the boxes from vehicles.

The center will be open 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.

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