Baltimore County Digest

BALTIMORE COUNTY DIGEST

November 10, 2006

Man to be tried in Pa. for body found in Md.

A man who had been charged in Baltimore County with murder in the death of another man whose body was found in the northern part of the county will be tried in Pennsylvania, authorities said yesterday.

Justin Anthony Glover Jr., who had been arrested and charged in the county in the death of a man whose burned body was found along a highway last year, is one of two people awaiting trial on first-degree murder charges in Pennsylvania in the killing, according to a Dauphin County, Pa., prosecutor.

They are charged in the death of Wesley Person, 26, of Harrisburg, Pa., whose body was found early Christmas Eve near Interstate 83, between Middletown and Mount Carmel roads. County firefighters and police went to the location about 1:30 a.m. that day for what was thought to be a brush fire and found Person's burned body.

Glover, 25, also of Harrisburg, was arrested and charged in the death in March. A police investigation had determined that Glover was involved in a bank loan scheme with the victim, court records show.

Charges in Baltimore County against Glover were dropped last week, and he was held on a warrant from Pennsylvania, records show. It is believed that Person was killed in Pennsylvania, said Francis T. Chardo, Dauphin County first assistant district attorney.

Lawrence Murrell, of Brooklyn, N.Y., is also charged with murder in Person's death, Chardo said. Both suspects were being held without bond.

Nick Shields

Owings Mills

Okla. educator to head McDonogh

Private school educator and administrator Charles W. Britton has been named head of school at McDonogh, effective July 1. Britton, 44, will succeed W. Boulton "Bo" Dixon, who is retiring after 15 years as McDonogh's headmaster and four decades as an educator.

Britton, who is headmaster at the 850-student Casady School in Oklahoma City, has held administrative and teaching positions at Trinity-Pawling School in Pawling, N.Y., St. Mark's School of Texas in Dallas, and Shady Side Academy in Pittsburgh.

He began his education career in 1985 as an English instructor at North American Institute in Valencia, Spain. Britton then spent a brief stint as a reporter and editor at the Aroostook Republican and News in Caribou, Maine, according to a McDonogh spokeswoman.

Born in Southport, Maine, Britton has a bachelor's degree in English from Lake Forest College and a master's degree in English from Middlebury College.

Gina Davis

College fairs

2 high school to host program

The 100 Black Men of Maryland College Access Program is scheduled to hold college fairs Tuesday at two area schools: Dundalk High, 1901 Delvale Ave., from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m., and Woodlawn High, 1801 Woodlawn Drive, from noon to 2 p.m.

More than two dozen colleges and universities are expected, including the University of Maryland, Michigan State University and Mount St. Mary's College. The 100 Black Men of Maryland College Access Program, a service organization of African-American professionals, was created to provide information, individual advising and help in preparing for standardized testing and the college application process. Aimed at low-income students, the program also helps students apply for financial aid and scholarships.

Information: Tracey L. Durant, 443-594-1049 or 100CAP@comcast.net.

Veterans Day

County offices to close

Baltimore County government offices, district and circuit courts, Health Department clinics and senior centers will be closed today in recognition of Veterans Day.

CountyRide vans will not run, but parking meters must be fed as usual. Libraries will be open normal hours.

Trash, recycled goods and yard materials will be collected according to the normal schedule. Eastern Sanitary Landfill in White Marsh, as well as other trash and recycling drop-off facilities, will be open.

Residents may call the Bureau of Solid Waste Management's 24-hour customer service line at 410-887-2000 to obtain a collection schedule, or visit the bureau's Web site, www.baltimorecountymd.gov/recycling, for directions to the nearest recycling drop-off center.

Towson University

Navy Band to perform

The U.S. Navy Band will perform at a free concert at 8:15 p.m. Nov. 18 in the Harold J. Kaplan Concert Hall, Center for the Arts, at Towson University, Osler and Cross Campus drives.

Under the direction of Ensign Patrick K. Sweeten, the program features marches and selections from the great classic repertoire. The concert also showcases several Towson University alumni.

Call the box office at 410-704-2787 for free tickets.

Events or news items for the Baltimore County Digest may be submitted to baltco.news@baltsun.com. Information should be sent at least 10 days in advance of the event.

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