Arrest warrant issued in manager's stabbing

Baltimore County Digest

August 16, 2006

An arrest warrant has been issued for a man suspected in the stabbing of a Denny's restaurant manager this week, officials said yesterday.

David Theodore Burton, 28, who has no fixed address, is wanted on charges that include attempted first-degree murder, armed robbery, and first-degree assault, county police said.

About 9:30 a.m. Monday, Denny's manager Michaele Frederick, 51, of North East walked out of the establishment in the 8000 block of Belair Road in the Fullerton area to make a bank deposit when he was approached by an attacker, police said.

Police said Frederick was repeatedly stabbed near his car, and his assailant fled with the cash. Frederick was listed in serious condition yesterday afternoon at Maryland Shock Trauma Center.

A suspect was seen by witnesses leaving the restaurant in a white 1991 Nissan Maxima with Maryland tags 5BCE26, police said.

Anyone with information about Burton's location is asked to call police at 410-307-2020 or Metro Crime Stoppers at 1-866-7-LOCKUP.

Nick Shields

Woodlawn

Motorcyclist killed in collision

A motorcyclist died yesterday after a collision with a passenger van at an intersection near the Westview Park community in Woodlawn, Baltimore County police said.

Police said Darren Andre Hunter, 31, was operating a 2006 Honda CBR-600 motorcycle south near his home in the 6000 block of Prince George St. about 2:30 p.m. when he collided with the passenger side of a 2002 Dodge Ram van being driven west on Dorchester Avenue at Prince George by Blair A. Hoy, 42, of the 3400 block of Aurora Lane. Police said Hunter died a short time later at Sinai Hospital; neither Hoy nor any of the van's eight passengers was injured. The accident remains under investigation.

Richard Irwin

Schools

Fall enrollment deadline Friday

Baltimore County families who plan to enroll children in public schools this fall should register by Friday, according to school system officials.

Although classes don't begin until Aug. 28, registering early leaves enough time to ensure paperwork is completed properly. The system can also better prepare for the first days of school if officials know how many students to expect.

Children must register for classes if they will be enrolling for the first time in a Baltimore County school, if they moved to Baltimore County from another school system, if they moved to a different attendance area within Baltimore County or if they meet criteria as a "nonresident" student.

Families can call 410-887-4215 to find their neighborhood schools or use an online tool at www.bcps.org/apps/boundaries/.

To register, families must visit schools, which will be open Monday through Friday. A list of necessary documents for registration, such as the child's birth certificate, immunization and other records, is available on the school system's Web site at http:--www.bcps.org/schools/moving_tips.html. School system officials also encourage families to call the school for details.

Adult learning

Literacy Works enrolling students

Literacy Works Inc. is registering students for fall classes that will be held in county locations, including Rosedale/Essex, Catonsville, Lansdowne, Randallstown, Chase and Hillendale.

Adults wanting to improve their reading, writing, math and computer skills and pass the General Educational Development exam may enroll.

Literacy Works also is recruiting volunteers to teach adults in its One-On-One Tutoring Program. To enroll as a student or volunteer, call 410-887-2001.

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