City/county Digest

CITY/COUNTY DIGEST

March 10, 2004|By FROM STAFF REPORTS

In Baltimore County

Two people charged in fatal shooting of city man, 34

RANDALLSTOWN - A man and a woman have been arrested and charged in the fatal shooting of a 34-year-old Baltimore man whose body was discovered last week in a rural area off Liberty Road, county police said yesterday.

Gregory Daniel Lambert, 27, of the 9000 block of Bruno Road in Randallstown, and his girlfriend, Michelle J. Scott, 28, of the 2700 block of Round Road in Baltimore, were each charged late Monday with first-degree murder in the death of Paul Arnett Golder, police said. According to police, blood and bullet holes were found in a Dodge Neon owned by Lambert.

Both suspects were being held at the county detention center without bail. Investigators had not established a motive in the shooting, said Officer Shawn Vinson, a county police spokesman.

Trooper hurt in accident still in critical condition

CATONSVILLE - The state trooper whose police car hit a tree and overturned as he left the outer loop of the Beltway on a ramp to U.S. 40 on Monday afternoon remained in critical condition yesterday at Maryland Shock Trauma Center.

It remained unclear why Sgt. Patrick J. Brady, 35, a member of the Homeland Security and Intelligence Bureau who was stationed in Columbia, lost control of the unmarked Ford Taurus, said Maj. Greg Shipley, a state police spokesman. The crash is under investigation. The trooper suffered head, back and leg injuries, police said.

Brady, a 10-year veteran, is married to a state police sergeant assigned to the Government Affairs Unit and has a 2-year-old son.

GBMC will hold meeting on volunteering at hospital

TOWSON - Greater Baltimore Medical Center has scheduled a presentation at 4 p.m. March 25 on volunteering opportunities at the hospital.

GBMC is seeking volunteers for patient care and other positions, including transporting wheelchairs and working at the information desk and in the gift shop. Training will be provided.

Information: 443-849-2050.

In Baltimore City

April hearing expected on water rate increase

The Board of Estimates is expected today to call a public hearing on plans to raise water and sewer rates by 9 percent.

The rate increase would be the first of three annual 9 percent increases planned to cover the cost of complying with the federal Clean Water Act and upgrading security at water plants.

The public hearing would take place in April and the higher rates would take effect that month if the board approves them. The rate increase would raise water bills for the average family of four by $50 a year, city officials said.

Forum on senior issues scheduled for today

The city will hold a forum today to discuss issues that affect the lives of senior citizens.

The third annual Citywide Senior Forum will be held from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. at the Myerberg Senior Center, 3101 Fallstaff Road. More than 200 people are expected to attend.

Among organizations expected to participate in the forum are the Commission on Aging and Retirement Education, Social Security's Benefit Services, the city health department and the Maryland Transit Authority.

College of Notre Dame to hold art exhibit, auction

Tickets are being sold for a benefit art exhibit and auction planned for 7 p.m. April 24 at the College of Notre Dame's Knott Science Building, 4701 N. Charles St.

Wine, cheese, coffee and cake will be served at the event, which is raising money for Progressive Horizons Inc., a nonprofit organization dedicated to enhancing the quality of life for developmentally disabled adults. Tickets are $15.

Information: 410-277-9812.

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