Arundel Digest

ARUNDEL DIGEST

September 08, 2004

Industrial worker dies in machine accident

A Pasadena industrial worker was killed yesterday morning when his clothes became caught in a machine that he was operating, Anne Arundel County police said yesterday.

David M. Desrosiers, 47, was working with a drilling machine at Gischel Machine Co. on Energy Parkway about 8:15 a.m. when portions of his shirt and pants became stuck in the equipment's moving parts.

Before the machine could be shut down by another worker, Desrosiers suffered fatal injuries to his midsection, according to a news release issued shortly after the accident. County police and the Maryland Occupational Safety and Health agency are investigating.

Body of woman found in wooded area of Severn

Anne Arundel County police are seeking information to identify a woman whose body was found yesterday morning in a wooded area of Severn.

A resident discovered the body of a middle-age white woman in the 600 block of Sandy Hill Road about 10:45 a.m., according to a news release. Because there is evidence of trauma to the body, police are ruling the death a homicide, the release said. Lt. Joseph E. Jordan, police spokesman, did not return telephone calls yesterday afternoon seeking further comment about the case.

Anyone with information should call 410-222-3566.

Baltimore man injured in Glen Burnie shooting

A Baltimore man was shot in the face and seriously injured as he left a Glen Burnie apartment early Monday, Anne Arundel County police said yesterday.

About 3:45 a.m., Kareel Allison, 28, was taken to Maryland Shock Trauma Center with injuries to his right eye and temple after an unidentified man shot him as Allison left a second-floor residence in the 8000 block of Nolpark Court, according to a news release.

Allison was listed in serious but stable condition yesterday afternoon. Police spokesman Lt. Joseph E. Jordan was unavailable for further comment.

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