Get 1 more page view just for clicking
to like us on Facebook
Capital, The (Newspaper) - October 28, 1995, Annapolis, Maryland County looking for LIGHT AIRY Annapolis home to be part of candlelight tour Dl Indians looking to stay alive SEE SPORTS Cl DETAILS PAGE All SATURDAY OCTOBER MD 35C Suspect indicted in bank holdups By THERESA WINSLOW Staff Writer A Davidsonville man has been indicted for robbing four local banks in June and the US Attorney's Office said Andre Lavar Evans 18 of 409 Heitzman faces four federal counts each of armed bank robbery and bank robbery Mr Evans was indicted Oct 19 and arrested the following day at his home by FBI agents said Assis- tant U S Attorney Ira L Oring Davidsonville man charged in four robberies U S Magistrate Paul M Rosen berg ordered Mr Evans held with out bail at a hearing Tuesday Mr Ormg was unsure where Mr Evans is being held Mr Onng who is handling the prosecution declined to comment on the circumstances that led to Mr Evans arrest as did the FBI Each count of armed bank rob bery carries a maximum prisorr sentence of 25 years Each count of bank robbery carries a maximum term of 20 years Mr Evans is charged with rob- bing the Washington Federal Sav- ings at 3150 Solomons Island Road in on June 16 and June First Union Bank of Mary at 37 Parole Plaza on June 26 and the First Virginia Bank of Maryland at 2770 Solomons Island Road in on July 29 The person who robbed Washing ton Federal told employees he re turned to the bank for more money than he got in the first police said certainly relieved an ar rest was made said Officer Randy county police spokesman We're relieved that this subject is off the streets Evans allegedly robbed the banks armed tfkh a according to the U S Attorney's Office Initial police reports indicated that a knife was used in three of the four with no weapon shown m the first Washington Federal robbery Mr Onng declined to comment on th discrepancy A trial date for Mr Evans has ye to be set There have been 24 bank robbei les in Anne Arundel County so fa this year Annapolis city pohc have handled an additional three Two banks were robbed this weil First National Bank m Parole di Tuesday and NationsBank in th Shopping Cet ter on Thursday wanted it before they had it. I love that system. I don't have to guess what my kids have Sharon Jonkel is there to like about I'm sure for the it's a much easier thing. I don't think it Is for the Georgia Burnett Library users check out receipts New method getting some mixed reviews By MICHAEL CODY Staff Writer It's d sound idi j in t'u o county libraries prmidr- not stamps to help borrowers remember which are due on what date But how will k-ou Eggs and i1 the receipt went out w. n'i 'hi ti isli' The is to call a librarian and ask Bonowi rs on line also dial the libraries 2 million computer system at 2227100 to find out But palions dioul Uo a day since rempN were mtro duced at 11 'ibi bnruhes on Sept 28 I n t ned lo Nancy Choice with ve been getting some feed back on that There are some people who t feel this works for them said Ms Choice the libraries liedd of admmistra tiveand borrower sen ices The receipt is aimed at frequent borrowers such as par ents and their children who might want some in remem- bering what books they checked out heard from patrons who checked out 10 items at a time and knew when thev were but when the time came to return thev would have eight or nine Ms Choice said they had the they Rv On TF unrtsl-nw TI f Librarian Jackie Cloytf scans books Into a computer at the Annapolis branch library for city resident Heather C. Ravanbaksh. Some patrons say paper receipts being printed at left are easily lost and result In overdue would know what to 1 fm ind it would remind rhr m thai a particular item would in the kitchen or in hud bed room The rernpts whirh MSCM ML the kind most cash rfp-tcrs list the title computer code and due date of borrowed books They also provide a telephone number 222-4444 for account in formation and renewals With a three loan i le i i ted n too i to declare the receipts T suo or Idilui' 1VK siid In lac t on i alii rnoon half the hor at I lie Annapolis branch hadn t seen the book slips before By as Sharon Jon- kel stepped to the counter with her son Colin and daughter she was wondering to herself ff a receipt would be of help F w iiit' U n id it r with I love that MI-MI I cl' n t h we to tfiiess what kids out In a lanclomh selected group of five liked the switch Three had no objection and two were opposed one adamantly is there to like about Page Vivid testimony shakes families N C Jurors heard detailed testimony yesterday about ballistic and forensic evi- dence in the trial of a Chapel N C gunman accused of killing an Annapolis area man Relatives of the Kevin E Reichardt of and Ralph Walker. of Chapel were visibly shaken upon hearing details about the wounds inflicted by ac- cused gunman Wendell J William- son Mr Williamson a former law student at the University of North has been charged with first degree murder He is accused of killing the two men during a shooting rampage on Jan 26 in downtown Chapel Hill Dozens of relatives and friends of Mr including his par- ents Karl A and Carol are attending the trial If convicted Mr Williamson faces the deatl penalty The most graphic testimony from the forensic pathologist whc performed autopsies on Mr Reich a UNC lacrosse anc Mr a restaurant worker Mr Reichardt had tried to use parked car as a shield Mr Wilhamsun of NC also is charged with wounding i police shooting into a dwell ing and attempted murder for fired at other people The third year law student has pleaded innocent by reason of in sanity His attorneys must provt that he was legally insane and didn't know what he was doing During opening arguments Wed- Page D.C. mail held in base shooting FORT BRAGG N C An Army sergeant from Vvash ington D C has been identified as the suspect in the shooting death of a major and the wound ing of 18 other soldiers while they exercised early yesterday at the fort Array investigators arrested and were questioning the sus Sgt William J of Company 4th 325th Airborne Infantry Regi but he had not been charged by yesterday 18th Airborne Corps spokes- woman Sgt 1st Class Kiki Bry ant Officials meanwhile identi fied the dead soldier as Maj Stephen Mark Badger an intelligence officer with 82nd Airborne who was born in Salt Lake City A sniper in the woods over looking a stadium fired on 1 Army paratroopers as set out on a 4 mile run in the dark yesterday Soldiers in sweat pants and Page INSIDE Smoke detector reminder issued ARUNDEL School board to get a look at projects Bl REttOffc Anne Arundel ranks fourth on Lotto list A4 Agent predicts Unabomber will hit again A3 Maryland horse is the Breeder's Cup favorite Cl Arundel Report Calendar Cap Cam Classified Comics Crossword Editorials Homes Bl Lottery A6 Movies D17 Obituaries 07 Police Beat C7 Religion D6 Sports A10 Stocks Dl-6 Television A4 A8 All All B6 Cl-6 823 B5 Portions of The Capital are printed each day on recycled paper The newspaper also is recyclable Claulfled 268-7000 Circulation 268-4800 Rom Kent 327-1683 AN other 268-5000 Firefighters to give out replacement batteries ByP.J.SHUEY Staff Wn ter County firefighters are urging residents to change the batteries in their smoke detectors at the same time they push back their clock hands this weekend Firefighters are visiting thousands of homes around the county this weekend trf offer free smoke detector inspections and said Battalion Chief J Gary county Fire Department spokesman Concentrating on neighborhoods constructed before the first year when building regula- tions required that smoke detectors be hard- wired into the electrical firefighters will knock on doors to offer the inspections and batteries Each of .the 29 fire companies around the county has been instructed by Chief Stephen Halford to visit at least TOO homes The Eveready battery company has given the fire department several hundred batteries to offer as free replacements A working smoke detector cuts in half the risk of death by Chief Sheckells said Vniir Plnrlr fhoncw Vrair Rat- At the Arnold Volunteer Fire Company county firefighters began a weekend-long program to stress battery In smoke detectors. Lett to Firefighter Mark Hobart Brie Smith of rlroflghtor Robert and David post to vafiwid program created by the International Association of Fire Chiefs as a way to make changing the batteries a habit Residents are urged to check their smoke detectors by lighting and blowing out a candle near them The smoke should set off the alarm. Chief Sheckells said the county offers free detecton and batteries throughout the but IntoMTtflM eflhrta rfnrino nnv ByJ Hflnpon TtwtspMI gram Clocks are set back one hour at 2 a m They are pushed forward again one hour in April In homes where firefighters notice an absence of smoke the department regularly provides and installs new rather than liming a violation which is allowed by
Once upon a time newspapers were our main source of information. Now those old newspapers are a reliable source for hundreds of years of history and secrets of the past. Now you can search for people, places, and events without the hassle of sorting through mountains of papers!
Newspaper Archive is the world's largest online newspaper database featuring over 145+ million newspaper pages. Plus our database expands by one newspaper page per second for a total of around 2.5 million pages per month! The value of your membership grows along with it.
Those looking to find out more about their forefathers can empower their genealogy search with Newspaper Archive. Within our massive database, users can search ancestors' names for news stories and obituaries. We must understand our past to understand our future!
24 hours a day Monday-Saturday
Your full introductory membership payment will be credited toward the cost of full membership any time you choose to upgrade!
"It is amazing how easy and exciting it is to access all of this information! I found hundreds of articles about my relatives from Germany! Well worth the subscription!" - Michael S.
"I love this site. It's interesting to read articles about different family members. I've found articles as well as an obituary about an uncle who passed away before I was born, and another about a great aunt. It's great for helping with genealogy." - Patricia T.
"A great research tool. Allows me to view events and gives me incredible insight into the stories of the past." - Charles S.