City/county Digest


December 19, 2005

Baltimore County: White Marsh

Police arrest man for cutting in line

A man was arrested yesterday for cutting in line after police were called to a White Marsh Best Buy to watch over a crowd that had gathered to buy Xbox 360 game consoles. The line began forming about midnight outside the Campbell Boulevard store and had swollen to hundreds by 4:49 a.m., when the man was arrested for disorderly conduct, said Cpl. George Erhardt.

Justin Fenton


Police identify man killed in car crash

Police have identified the Towson man who was killed Saturday night when the sport utility vehicle he was driving near Towson Place was struck by another vehicle. Gustav G. Siegel III, 66, of the 800 block of Shealy Ave. in Towson was driving a 1998 Toyota 4Runner in the 1000 block of E. Joppa Road about 6 p.m. when his vehicle was struck by a 2003 Honda Civic whose driver, Michael Mulhern, 45, of Hampstead, made an illegal left turn onto Joppa Road from Prince Road. Siegel was pronounced dead at the scene. A female passenger was taken to Maryland Shock Trauma Center. The driver of the Honda and his female passenger were not injured, police said.

FOR THE RECORD - A regional digest item Monday gave an incorrect address for a man who was killed in a crash Saturday night in Towson. According to police, Gustav G. Siegel III lived in the 800 block of Shelley Road.
The Sun regrets the errors.

Anne Arundel: Odenton

Man, 50, dies after truck falls on him

A 50-year-old man was killed yesterday when the Ford pickup truck he was working on fell and trapped him, officials said. James Chaney of the 1300 block of Tenbrook Road in Odenton was pinned underneath the truck until he was discovered by family members, said Lt. Frank Fennell, a spokesman for the Anne Arundel County Fire Department. Chaney sustained massive chest trauma and was pronounced dead shortly after arriving at Baltimore-Washington Medical Center about 1:30 p.m.

Justin Fenton

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