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Capital, The (Newspaper) - January 27, 1995, Annapolis, Maryland Landfill battle heats City looks to drop golf lease Skin dull and Visit an area salon SEE ENTERTAINMENT SECTION Sounds of Africa heard In Girls Club defended DCTD ARCHIVES 31d LAUREL AVE LAUREL MD PAGE FRIDAY JANUARY 27. 1995. ANNAPOLIS. MD HOME 25c NEWSSTAND. Riva man dies in N.C. gunfire KEVIN REICHARDT well-liked Riva resident. WENDELL WILLIAMSON alleged gunman. Kevin Rstchardt hi Ms ptayblf days at St Mary's High School In AP photo 6 A kid everyone could like' By DAVTO PEDREIRA Staff Writer Shots fired yesterday afternoon by a random killer in North Carolina took the life of a former Annapolis-area lacrosse star and honor stun- ning his friends and neighbors. Kevin of 202 Grisdaie Hill in was riding his bike through the sleepy college town of Chapel Hill when another student walked onto the main street and started firing a semiautomatic rifle. Mr. who won a scholar- ship to the University of North Carolina for his lacrosse play at SL Mary's High was blown off his bicycle by the gunman. He died on the front steps of a sorority after the gunman shot him a second time as he tried to crawl police said. He had just cele- brated his birthday last week. Mr. Reichardt's death sent shock waves through SL Mary's and the small neighborhood where he grew up. Jim St Mary's president and lacrosse said Reichardt was a role model whose influence went beyond the playing field. was a great player and a great but most he was a great Mr. Moorhead said. mind-boggling that this happened to Chapel Hill police said Mr. Reichardt was apparently an innocent victim who strayed across the path of the gunman at the wrong time. still piecing it together and doing our said police spokesman Jane Cousins. The 26-year-old law student Wendell was tackled by onlookers as he tried to reload his Ml Page By N. lumtefcow HM 1993. St. Mary's athlete murdered at college ASSOCIATED PRESS CHAPEL N.C. A law student described as a loner who often acted strangely was charged with two of murder yesterday after he allegedly killed a student from Riva and another man on a street near the University of North Carolina campus. The gunman began firing at buildings and passersby as he walked along a downtown street about 2 pjn. Two including a police were wounded. One of the people who happened into his path was Kevin an honor student and lacrosse player from the Annapolis Landing community who was riding his bicycle in front of 4 sorority house. .The gunman shot him then fired again as Mr. Reichardt tried to crawl to safety. The gunman wounded two including a police before he was tackled and subdued by civilian by- standers. was shooting at he was shooting at and he was shoot ing at anybody he said attorney and former Town Council member Bob 50. looked like he was on his way to his own One of those William tackled the and Mr. Epting followed to help. Mr. Leone was snot in the and said he believed police fired the shots that wounded not the gunman. He was Page Alleged bank machine robber shot after holding up officer By P.J. SHUEY Staff Writer A suspect in a series of automated teller machine robberies in Glen Burnie was shot by county police last night after he allegedly robbed an undercover then refused to drop his gun when stopped by uniformed police. The Lynn L. of 100 Zepplin Brooklyn was flown by state police helicopter to the Shock-Trauma Center at University Hospital in where he was in serious but stable condition this morn- ing with a severed spinal said Officer Randy county police spokesman. Officers from a special armed rob- bery task force had staked out a cash machine at the NatkmsBank branch at 7206 Ritchie Highway near Eighth Ave- nue at a.m. Detectives-Tom dressed in plain approached the auto- mated teller and allegedly was robbed at gunpoint by the suspect The officer surrendered and his ATM and the suspect started- to flee But Officers David Henkel and Ste- ven Jenkins of the Special Operations the police tactical con- fronted Mr. Gladden and ordered him to surrender. suspect refused to Officer Bell said. Officer Henkel then fired one shot from his police-issue 9mm Beretta hitting Mr. Gladden in the torso. The suspect had a loaded Sfallard Arms semiautomatic 9mm handgun with ready to fire with a round in the Officer Bell said. When released from the Mr. Gladden will be charged with armed robbery and handgun violations. Police suspect him of being responsi- ble for at least seven other armed robberies in the north Capt Mary commander of the Criminal Investigations said in a statement The task force was formed Tuesday in response to a surge in armed robber- ies of businesses and bank machines this month. The force included officers from the Northern District the Robbery Unit and Special Operations. It also was responsible for the capture Wednesday night of two suspects in a series of armed robberies involving butcher kni- Officer Bell said. had saturation patrols around the he said. Mr. Gladden had been seen earlier last night in the area by task force and had followed before the robbery of the undercover officer. attempted to maintain surveil- but lost the Officer Bell said. Because the machine at the Nations- Bank branch had been hit officers returned to it and staked it out after losing the suspect When Detective Adams approached die the suspect stepped out of some bushes near the bank and moved toward the officer. Because of the way the suspect stuck a gun in the officer's Detective Adams was unable to pull his own and went along with the rob- bery. As the suspect a county car pulled up and the suspect Page Forecasters predicting white weekend for area. After a winter that seemed almost balmy at the area is girding for its first snowfall this weekend. flerecasters are calling for as much as 4 incnefrof snow between tonight and with first flakes expected to begin falling aflw midnight Citing a 60 percent chance of National Weather Service fawned a winter storm jmrtch thfe morning its firrt of the time we've even bid the fr. potential for said Fred a weath- er service forecaster at Baltimore-Washington International Airport In anticipation of the season's Drat accumu- county and state road crews were checking their equipment today and could be placed on alert as early as tonight The county has as many at V6 employees whocooldbBpnt into said List Depajiment of Pnblic Worts The nsj snowfall btn't oc- INSIDE CtMcMed.. CM Notes Cl EdKoiMt---------- AS AS Lottwy________ B2 C4 ObMuvto A9 A6 PofceBrat-------- A4 _ C2 _C10 Tetatftlon---------- C3 CIO TWet.._____-.. A9 Portions at The CtpHtl are printed Mch on recycled peptr. 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