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   Capital, The (Newspaper) - June 23, 1995, Annapolis, Maryland                               Ousted O.J. did it A2 NEW Caps unveil new swooping eagle logo Dl nd black now Caps colon. O'slose City dig open to public Cl FRIDAY Rock death suspect back in 1M bail set By P J. SHUEY Staff Writer A 16-year-old Lothian boy charged in the rock- throwing death of a Deale man was ordered held on a million bail last night after county police detectives brought him back from Virginia. Jason Wayne of 207 Lyons Creek Mobile is being held at the county detention center on a second-degree murder charge. A bond review hearing was scheduled for this morning in District Court in Annapolis. Mr. Wyvill was brought back to Anne Arundel County from New- port where he was ar- rested by police at a drug addiction WYVILL treatment facility on Tuesday. He was booked last night at the Southern District Headquarters before being taken to the detention center. i The former Southern High School student is charged in the April 3 killing of Kevin of 5949 Sneed Drive. 1 Mr. Gallagher died on East Bay Front Road near Tracys Landing after a rock thrown from an oncoming struck his windshield. 1 His Dodge truck veered off the roadway and ran into a wooded where it overturned. Mr. Gallagher died at i the scene. Mr. Wyvill was arrested after he was identified by the i driver of 4he vehicle from which the rock was allegedly I thrown. I .JBlft-'ikliLi -waa identified after witnesses told police tffiy had he'ard him talking about the incident. driver gave a written confession to police. He has a0t been and his identity has not been released. area appalled at Mr. Gallagher's rallied around his grieving Lori Gallagh- Stand their three children. hearing about the residents were pleased. 'There's a sigh of said Ray a trustee and officer at the Elks Lodge in Deale. Page Beach death concern ASSOCIATED PRESS OCEAN CITY Most people on the beach didn't particularly remember 12-year-old Clinton Hoffman. Like many other he was digging in the sand with a yellow plastic shovel. But he dug too deep and the 5-foot hole he made smothering bun in the sand. The Hagerstown child died Wednes- day afternoon Authorities said nobody witnessed the accident. one considered that this would said Detective William who investigated the accident. a stepbrother and a third child began playing on the beach in front of the Golden Sands Club condo- minium where they were staving with their families. The children returned to the condo- minium around suppertime where they ate at a beachfront restaurant-bar Then the three children went back to the beach unaccompanied by adults. While the otter boys went swim- Clinton continued to dig in one of the well behind the lifeguard police said. When the boys returned 20 minutes Clinton was nowhere to be police said. The boys saw the hole had collapsed but didn't think Clinton was in it After looking for him up and down the they went to get their parents who also searched for the according to their accounts of what happened The police were called and when officers realized that Clinton could be in the collapsed they notified firefighters who dog him out. Clinton wasn't the first child to die 'after digging a hole too deep in the according to authorities. TOMORROW CLOUDY DETAILS PAGE All JUNE 23 1995. ANNAPOLIS. MD 350 Guns seized from car Submachine pistol found hidden in speeding Lincoln By CHRISTOPHER MUNSEY Staff Writer A routine police traffic stop near Odenton yesterday morning yielded a bumper crop of weapons and a driver who used the name of a man shot to death in New York City earlier this year. State troopers stopped a 1987 Lincoln Continental speeding southbound on the Baltimore-Washington Parkway around a.rrt After a the troopers found two submachine guns and a semiautomatic pis- ton hidden in a secret compartment behind the back Detective Jack Simpson said. The recovered weapons included a mini- Uzi a look-alike MAC 10 and a Lorcin pistol. Police also discovered a 30-round a laser-sighting a flash suppressor and silencer next to one of the weapons. As of this state police don't know the driver's real name What they do is the submachine guns would be very useful in drug warfare weapons could definitely be for that type of Detective Simpson said Gov. Parris N. Glendening and Col. David superintendent of state announced the arrest this morning at a news conference at the Glen Burnie state police barrack. should make no that these guns were brought to Maryland to kill Mr Glendening said The arrest was the first made through Operation Maryland Cease an effort by state police to find illegal weapons linked to criminal activity. The seized weapons were similar to those used in the recent slaymgs of Prince George's County police Cpl John J. Novabil- ski and FBI Special Agent William H Christian Col. Mitchell said Police said the driver of the car has been charged with three counts of transporting a two counts of possession of an assault two counts of transporting an assault pistol into Maryland and other drug and weapons charges Page Troopers front oie Own Burnle barrack discovered a nrinl Uzl a lookaHkc MAC 10 and a Lorcin .380-caHber semiautomatic ptotol In the car. A silencer was also found. The speeding car was stopped near Odenton. by John OWIi For The Capitol wit behind the back seat of a car Detective Sgt. Jack Simpson of the itate polios Firearms Investigation Unit reveals a compartm where two submachine guns and a pistol were found by state troopers yesterday morning near Odenton. packers Ms ape 4o klev Ms biMa of ysflMf WRhaaiNiiaf aner wa ki the center. OMtfW. Inaa tht CapKtf Oldies but iii Couple celebrates 67th anniversary at senior center ByMARYP.FBLTEH Community Newt Editor The bride used a cane and her groom a but Wilhelmina and John Kunis were young at heart when they renewed their wedding vows this week. The couple celebrated their 67th anniversary with a ceremony Wednesday at their the Meridian Health Care Center in Annapolis. didn't expect this veil or any of Mrs. laid during the reception. when my husband sang to I nearly fell Wearing a Mr. also used a microphone and stood under a trellis flanked by candelabras to croon Want A Just Like the Girl Who Married Dear Old didn't get married as fancy as all Mr Kunis said the couple had a three-tier white wedding cake and apple cider in champagne with white white runner and ntosic for their wedding march. On June they were married at the bride's home in Prospect NJ. Her Albertina played the wedding march on the family piano. They lived on the flrst floor pftte with her parents on the second floor. was raining pitchforks that he said. were supposed to take a boat trip to but we didn't get to go. We went home and found that someone had really wrecked our noose by decorating Glendening defends school board picks 't By LESLIE GROSS and TODDSP ANGLER Staff Writers Gov. Parris N Glendening yesterday denied County Executive John G. Gary's charge that he used two county school board vacancies as patronage jobs to court the favor of local state senators Mr. announcing the ap- pointments of Thomas R. Twombly and Michael J McNelly to the Board of said that he talked to parties from all sides before making up his mind. put a great deal of personal time into these the governor said. Upon learning of Mr Glendening's MMMiiv decision to appoint Mr. Twombly and Mr McNelly 6ver his Mr. Gary fired off a statement citing his concern that the positions were being used as patronage jobs for senators. During former governor William Donald Schaefer's two terms in county executives 0. James Lighthizer and Robert R Neall were allowed to pick the school board members of their choice. Mr. Glendening said that sounded like patronage to him I called it patronage on one I'd have to call it that on the wouldn't the governor said Sen. Philip C. the senior county Democrat in the upper also denied Mr. Gary's charge even though he openly admitted that he lobbied for the reappoint- ment of who has been on the board for five Page INSIDE Annapolis. Arundel Report Baby Face Births Calendar Campus News Cl Crossword Bl Deatfi Notices A9 Or Gott All Editorials B6 Lottery B5 Obituaries C12 C2 C2 A10 B2 All   

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