Arundel Digest


January 16, 2004

Man, woman found shot and wounded

Anne Arundel County police said they found two people wounded in a bullet-riddled Chevrolet Blazer late Wednesday at a gas station in Brooklyn.

Kateef Morgan, 21, and Alexis Diyanna Hill, 20, were taken to Maryland Shock Trauma Center in Baltimore, where they were being treated yesterday for non-life-threatening injuries. Hill, the passenger, was shot in the left leg, and Morgan, the driver, was shot in the left collarbone and left arm, police said.

FOR THE RECORD - Two digest items in Friday's Anne Arundel edition of The Sun should have referred to Brooklyn Park, which is in Anne Arundel County, instead of Brooklyn, which is in Baltimore.
The Sun regrets the errors.

Police found four bullet holes on the driver's side of the vehicle, which had been parked at an Amoco gas station on Fort Smallwood Road in Anne Arundel County. It was not clear whether the shooting occurred at that location or elsewhere, police said. Hill and Morgan said their three assailants, whom they did not recognize, drove a green Saturn.

Stolen puppy returned to Glen Burnie pet store

A black cockapoo puppy that was stolen on Christmas Eve from a pet store in Glen Burnie has been returned to the store, county police said yesterday.

The puppy - a mixed breed of cocker spaniel and poodle valued at $650 - was discovered in the Brooklyn home of Terry Lynn Nobles, 36, police said. She has been charged with theft, police said.

Police said they were able to verify the dog's identity using a microchip that had been implanted under its skin.

22,000 vehicles parked at BWI Dec. 26 and 27

A record 22,000 vehicles parked overnight at Baltimore-Washington International Airport lots Dec. 26 and 27, according to a count by the Maryland Aviation Administration.

The number was up from more than 20,000 vehicles Thanksgiving Day and almost 19,000 during last year's Independence Day weekend.

BWI is undergoing a five-year, $1.8 billion improvement and expansion. Information on parking and the construction program is available at or 1-800-I-FLY-BWI

Baltimore Sun Articles
Please note the green-lined linked article text has been applied commercially without any involvement from our newsroom editors, reporters or any other editorial staff.