Regional Digest

Regional Digest

October 17, 2004|By From staff reports

In Howard County

Ellicott City man's body found in Centennial Park

ELLICOTT CITY -- Police found the body of an Ellicott City man in shallow water at Centennial Park on Friday, Howard County police said.

Donald Kenealy Sr., 78, of the 9200 block of Winding Way was reported missing by his family about 9 p.m. Thursday. Police found his car at the park Friday morning and discovered the body late in the afternoon.

Police said they detected no signs of foul play.

In Caroline County

Three teenagers charged with marijuana possession

PRESTON -- Three teenagers were charged with marijuana possession after a traffic stop in Caroline County early yesterday morning, state police said.

Taj Alexander Jacobs, 18, of the 9500 block of Blackdog Alley in Easton was driving on Route 331 in Preston when an officer pulled him over for driving without a tag light. Police said Jacobs, whose license was suspended, granted the trooper permission to search his car, where the officer found a bag suspected of containing marijuana and a pipe.

Jacobs was held on $5,000 bail pending a court date, and two 17-year-old boys from Cambridge and Easton who were in the car were arrested and released to their parents, police said.

In Washington

Double shooting, accident being investigated

WASHINGTON -- U.S. Park Police are investigating an accident and double shooting early yesterday at the New York Avenue split on the southbound Baltimore-Washington Parkway.

Police responded to a report of a three-car accident about 2:50 a.m. When they arrived, they found two men in their early 20s who had been shot. The men were taken to Prince George's County Hospital, where one was treated and released and the other admitted in critical condition, police said.

Police ask anyone who witnessed the incident to call 202-610-8737.

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