Windsor Hill man dies of injuries from earlier stabbing

CITY/COUNTY DIGEST

October 22, 2005|By TYRONE RICHARDSON

A Windsor Mill man who was released from a hospital after being treated for stab wounds, later returned to the hospital and died of his wounds, police said yesterday.

The state medical examiner's office determined yesterday that William Jerome Green III, 19, died of complications from his stab wounds, and his death was ruled a homicide, police said.

Police found Green with stab wounds about 8:50 p.m. Oct. 12 at Liberty Road at Old Court Road in Randallstown. He was taken to an area hospital and treated. He was taken back to the hospital Wednesday and died a short time later, police said.

Police said they arrested two men the night of the stabbing. Donnie Paul Jackson, 22, and Andre P. Holmes, 22, both of the 8500 block of Glen Michael Lane in Windsor Mill, have now been charged with first-degree murder, police said.

Baltimore County: Crime

Second man charged in killings of two

A second man was arrested yesterday in a double homicide this month in an Owings Mills apartment. Hakim Jordan-El, 20, of the 4000 block of Amy Lane of Randallstown was charged with two counts of first-degree murder, police said yesterday. Howard Thacker Jr., 35, and his nephew, Dante Rodney Thacker, 17, were found dead Oct. 1 in their apartment in the 100 block of Village Mill Court after an apparent robbery. Police said Jordan-El was linked to the crime by fingerprints discovered during the investigation.

Baltimore : Southwest

Boy stabbed in theft is expected to live

A 14-year-old boy who was stabbed Thursday during a robbery in Southwest Baltimore is expected to survive. Steven McKnight and a 16-year-old cousin were walking with a 2005 Baja motorbike in the 1700 block of N. Forest Park Ave. about 4 p.m. when they were approached by a man, according to police. The man stabbed Steven in the chest and then fled with the bike in a Ford pickup. The boy, a resident of the 700 block of Yale Ave., was listed in critical condition but is recovering at Maryland Shock Trauma Center. Police have no suspects.

Southeast

State salvage center open at new location

The state's nonprofit clearinghouse for salvaged building materials, the Loading Dock, has reopened at a new location, 2 N. Kresson St. in Southeast Baltimore. The 43,000-square-foot warehouse sells donated building materials, supplies and fixtures at low prices to make home renovation projects more affordable and to reuse materials that otherwise would end up in landfills. The Loading Dock had been on Gwynns Falls Parkway in West Baltimore. Membership of $10 a year is required to purchase items. Information: 410-558-3625, or loading dock.org.

Midtown

MICA awarded grant to renew rail station

The Maryland Institute College of Art has been awarded a $360,000 Save America's Treasures grant from the federal government to restore and protect its landmark Mount Royal train station building, Sen. Paul S. Sarbanes announced recently. The station was built in 1896 and was host to five U.S. presidents and countless dignitaries before passenger service there ceased in the early 1960s. It fell victim to vandalism and decay until being saved and renovated by the college. The station was designated a national historic landmark in 1976. It was named an official project last year of Save America's Treasures, a public-private partnership between the National Park Service and National Trust for Historic Preservation. The grant was one of six awarded from among 337 applications this year.

Region: Crime

Suspects sought in video store robberies

Howard and Baltimore County police are working together to investigate a string of video game store robberies in the region since May. According to police, three men accompanied by a woman have been involved in 10 such robberies in Howard and Baltimore counties. Police said the suspects brandish a knife or gun and steal game consoles and cash. The latest robbery occurred Oct. 18 at an EB Games store in the 6400 block of Dobbin Center Way in Howard County. Metro Crime Stoppers is offering a reward of up to $2,000 for information leading to the arrest and indictment of a suspect. Police urge anyone with information to call 1-866-7LOCKUP.

Tyrone Richardson

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